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A Cost-Cutting Solution to the Discovery Burdens of Antitrust Disputes

BY | May 14, 2013

 J. Hardy Ehlers, James Bo Pearl, May 13, 2013 Litigating an antitrust case has always been a costly endeavor for all parties involved. Just in the last 30 years, sprawling…

 J. Hardy Ehlers, James Bo Pearl, May 13, 2013

Litigating an antitrust case has always been a costly endeavor for all parties involved. Just in the last 30 years, sprawling cases such as Microsoft, Intel,and price-fixing cases involving LCDs, vitamins, and memory have chewed up hundreds of millions of dollars in fees and expert costs. There are myriad reasons for the staggering expense: The scope of these cases often comprises all aspects of a defendants’ business, a searching inquiry of

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