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Luke van Houwelingen

Luke van Houwelingen

Luke van Houwelingen is a counsel in Crowell & Moring’s Washington, D.C. office. He practices in the Litigation and Environment, Energy & Resources groups. Luke represents clients in technology, transportation, and other industries in antitrust and other complex civil litigation and arbitration. He also litigates and counsels clients under the Clean Water Act and other environmental statutes.

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To Be Or Not To Be Produced—That Is The Question

Posted in Accessibility, Admissibility, Cooperation/Meet & Confer, Privilege/Rule 502, Proportionality, Rules, Sanctions
In a recent article published in Law360, Beware of Conditional Reponses to Discovery, Gregory J. Leighton, Kevin C. May, and Andrew S. Fraker of Neal Gerber & Eisenberg LLP discuss the growing number of cases in which federal judges have scrutinized conditional discovery responses—responses that assert objections but state that documents will be produced “subject… Continue Reading