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Case Summary: Nissan N. Am; Court examines Collection Protocol and Request for Protective Order

Nissan N. Am., Inc. v. Johnson Elec. N. Am., Inc., CIVIL ACTION NO. 09-CV-11783, 2011 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 16022 (E.D. Mich. Feb. 17, 2011). 1,167 more words

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Case Summary: Calixto; Court Analyzes Preservation Methodology

Calixto v. Watson Bowman Acme Corp., 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 111659 (S.D. Fla. Nov. 16, 2009)

Case Background: Plaintiff Calixto brought this action against defendants CRT and Watson Bowman Acme Corp. 2,402 more words

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Case Blurb: Ahner; Primary Factor of Undue Burden Turns on Storage Format of Documents

[W]hether production of documents is unduly burdensome or expensive turns primarily on whether it is kept in an accessible or inaccessible format (a distinction that corresponds closely to the expense of production). 126 more words

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Case Blurb: YouTube; Court Grants Motion to Compel Production of 12 TB Database, Dismisses User's Privacy Concerns

Video-Related Data from the Logging Database

Defendants’ “Logging” database contains, for each instance a video is watched, the unique “login ID” of the user who watched it, the time when the user started to watch the video, the internet protocol address other devices connected to the internet use to identify the user’s computer (“IP address”), and the identifier for the video. 562 more words

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Case Blurb: Cason-Merenda; Cost-Shifting Motions Should be Brought before Production, not After

I am persuaded that the instant motion is untimely in two respects. First, the courts Scheduling Order of April 23, 2007 provides, in pertinent part, that “[a]ll motions … for protective orders … must be filed within 14 days of receipt or notice of such disputed discovery.” Second, the provisions of Fed.R .Civ.P. 362 more words

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Case Blurb: Prof'l Basketball Club; Burden of proving objection to discovery requests falls to movant

In opposing discovery on the grounds of overbreadth, a party has the burden “to provide sufficient detail in terms of time, money and procedure required to produce the requested documents.” A “court must be able to ascertain what is being objected to. 200 more words

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Case Blurb: Parkdale; Court examines production of Lotus Notes documents for undue burden

According to the Plaintiffs’ briefs, the disputed emails are presently in LotusNotes format, rather than in a less accessible backup media. Although the Plaintiffs did not offer during the hearing a specific cost projection for converting and searching the subject emails, they contended in their briefs that the cost of producing Mr. 139 more words

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