Despite the impressive output by Bayer's lawyers, the attorneys for the plaintiffs in a number of cases are not happy with the quality of the 10 million pages, according to the Madison-St. Clair Record. Plaintiff lawyers claim that there are faulty page breaks in the documents, making them difficult to decipher.
Michael Burg of Englewood, Colorado, one of the plaintiffs in the Yasmin lawsuit, told the news source that the ordering of the documents was absurd and that it would take a secret code to figure them out.
Bayer's attorneys said that they scanned 90 percent of the documents correctly and were working to fix the remaining problems.
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