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Are Keywords Just Filters?

When counsel hammer out agreed search terms, does that define the process?

, New Jersey Law Journal

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Just settling upon an agreed list of queries with your adversary may not assure a meeting of the minds, when it comes to documents found through e-discovery. The parties must be clear about the disposition of items hit by queries. Do those agreed searches serve as a de facto request for production, with the documents being "responsive per se"? There is ambiguity here, and reasonable minds can disagree.

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