On behalf of the secretaries and administrative assistants and file clerks of the world: discovery sucks. Which is why when foreign plaintiffs requested copies of all the documents--20 million pages--that Volkswagen has produced as part of multi-district litigation in San Francisco federal court, my initial reaction was 'Sure, hand ‘em over.' Except it's not that simple
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