This article points to a recent example from the Samsung v. Apple patent litigation to highlight the idea that large law firms' ability to throw bodies at a problem does not necessarily lead to more effective results. In this litigation, one of the parties' counsels submitted a 3000-page document supporting their position; the judge, understandably daunted this stack of paper, pointed to the other party's single-page submission and the court's rule and demanded a pared-down submission in a more easily understandable format.
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Talk About Overlawyering: ITC Judge rejects 3000 page patent suit submission in Samsung v. Apple