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Williams Mullen: Are You Sure You Want Those Documents? Then You Might Have To Pay For Reviewing Them

W.D. Va. Explicitly Holds that Courts May Consider the Cost of Reviewing Electronically-Stored Information for Privilege in Assessing Burden of Production and May Shift Cost to Requesting Party Based on Burden; Encourages Cooperation in Developing Privilege Review Protocols By Bennett B. Borden, Monica...

Williams Mullen: Retirement Plan Plaintiffs Were Not Required To Exhaust Administrative Remedies Before Filing Their Class Action

By Mark S. Thomas and Robert W. Shaw The Second Circuit has held that a putative class of ERISA plaintiffs was not required to exhaust a plan's administrative remedies prior to filing claims for a redetermination of future retirement benefits and alleged irregularities in plan amendments. Kirkendall...

Williams Mullen: In Rebuff To Labor Board, 5th Circuit Sustains Arbitration Agreements With Class Action Waivers

By David C. Burton , Beth Hirsch Berman and J. Nelson Wilkinson In recent years, employers have faced increased, and increasingly expensive, class action litigation from current and former employees. In response, many employers have turned to arbitration agreements with class-action waivers as...