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When should ediscovery vendors be disqualified?

As a general proposition, courts have inherent authority to disqualify parties and their representatives and consultants from participating in litigation.1 Attorneys, expert witnesses, and litigation consultants may face disqualification motions in the event of a conflict of interest.2 With the rapid expansion of the eDiscovery industry, 3 however, a new question has arisen: If an eDiscovery vendor has a potential conflict of interest, when should it be disqualified? What standard should apply?

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