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Week three forumTrial preparation Professor Austin’s suggestion that we look for articles about paralegal mistakes at trial intrigued me, so I decided to take that approach for this forum. The article I found details a case tried in the U.S. District Court in Massachusetts. This case involved five patent infringement cases (the cases were related) that pertained to intellectual property rights. More than 30,000 documents were involved in the litigation. Due to the large amounts of documents involved, both parties to the lawsuit agreed to a protective order stating that the accidental production of any document that could be subject to immunity or privilege claims would not be considered a waiver of immunity or privilege if the party that produced thedocument(s) promptly notified the other party. The documents in question would then either be returned or destroyed.The paralegal responsible for initially screening the documents for attorney privilege was suffering from