Unfocused and Overly Broad Form Discovery Leads to Unnecessary and Excessive Legal Costs

The one thing I notice in so many files I review that consistently contributes to excessive and unnecessary legal costs is the use of unfocused and overly broad form discovery.   What I so often see when a new file is assigned to a defense counsel with a request for a discovery or litigation plan is the same time worn (form) plan that has been used in previous cases.

In addition to the overbilling . . .

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