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A Voyage of Discovery

April 19, 2022

Discovery in antitrust cases is notoriously broad, burdensome, and expensive. Antitrust counsel can eliminate a certain amount of needless burden and expense by carefully considering (and where appropriate, collaborating in advance on) their plans for discovery, rather than simply indiscriminately serving document requests, interrogatories, deposition notices, and subpoenas for every single piece of conceivably relevant information.


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