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Employer can’t “claw back” discovery document (access required)

With stashes and caches of documents to track and manage, litigators worry about “inadvertent disclosure” of documents to an opponent during discovery. To make a case for “clawing back” a document that got into the wrong hands, a lawyer has to prove it took proper precautions to keep the document confidential. An employer defending a Title VII ...

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