In United States v. Meredith, Kentucky Senior District Judge Charles R. Simpson, III denied the defendant's motion to compel production of electronically stored information (ESI) by the plaintiff in a usable format, agreeing that the plaintiff had fulfilled its discovery production obligation pertaining to the manner and format of the ESI.
I recently had a client that was searching for emails and loose files based on a relevant date range. However, because of the way the data was collected and the way the search was performed, identifying the correct set of responsive emails and loose files within the relevant date range proved to be challenging. Let’s take a look at the challenges this client faced.
A new forecast from International Data Corporation (IDC) announced last week predicts BIG growth for the big data technology and services market through 2019. Are you surprised by that? Didn’t think so. Here is a closer look.
In Feist v. Paxfire, Inc., New York Magistrate Judge Ronald L. Ellis denied the plaintiff’s request for reimbursement of costs and expenses related to document production, finding that the plaintiff had made no showing of significant discovery abuses by the defendant, and had not demonstrated that the defendant engaged in intentionally burdensome production.
Here’s an interesting pop quiz for you. Which option would you pick?
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