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August 29th, 2016

Court Orders Plaintiff to Re-Produce Emails in Correct Production Format

August 26th, 2016

Court Re-opens Discovery Regarding Possible Spoliation of Police Brutality Video Evidence

August 24th, 2016

N.Y. District Court Compels ESI Production re Workforce Reduction After Denying Other Requests to Expand Discovery

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  • Posted on August 29th, 2016 by International Litigation Services

    In AKH Company, Inc. v. Universal Underwriters Insurance Company, Case No. 13-2003 (D. Kansas, Aug. 11, 2016), Plaintiff filed a declaratory judgment action based upon a dispute over insurance coverage and the settlement of a trademark infringement action between Plaintiff and a third party. During discovery, Defendant submitted 4th Request for Production that requested Plaintiff’s …

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    Posted on August 26th, 2016 by International Litigation Services

    In Beck et. al. v. Baker et. al., Case NO. 14-67 (D. N.M., Aug. 9, 2016), an excessive force, unreasonable seizure, and retaliation case brought against Defendant police officers, the District of New Mexico considered possible spoliation of video evidence. Plaintiffs were warned by police when their neighbor accused them of harassment. After police left, …

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    Posted on August 24th, 2016 by International Litigation Services

    In Blodgett et. al. v. Siemens Industry, Inc., Case NO. 13-3194 (E.D. N.Y., Aug. 9, 2016), Plaintiffs sued Defendant because Defendant allegedly promised them continued employment and then terminated their jobs in April 2013. After discovery disputes, the court ordered Defendant to produce certain additional electronically stored information (ESI) from previously agreed-upon custodians, plus two …

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    Posted on August 22nd, 2016 by International Litigation Services

    In the patent infringement case Apeldyn Corp. v. Sony Corp., et. al., Consolidated Case Nos. 11-440 and 11-581 (D. Delaware, July 28, 2016), Defendants prevailed on summary judgment and submitted a proposed eDiscovery cost award as the prevailing party pursuant to FRCP 54(d), consistent with the costs listed under 28 USC § 1920. The parties disputed …

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    Posted on August 19th, 2016 by International Litigation Services

    The plaintiff in Applebaum v. Target Corporation et. al., Case No. 15-2198 (6th Cir., Aug. 2, 2016) purchased a bicycle from Defendant and, during her first ride, fell off the bike hurt her shoulder. She sued Defendant for selling her a bike with defective brakes. At trial, the case rested on whether the bike was …

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