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    Posted on May 24th, 2013 by

    Our ongoing analysis of electronic discovery in modern civil litigation has established a major truism: email threads in electronic data discovery are often the source of critical evidence and can sometimes uncover hidden truths. This was demonstrated in the recent opinion and order dated March 28, 2013 in Campbell v. Sedgwick, Civil No. 11.-642-ES-SCM (D.NJ 2013). In …

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    Posted on February 18th, 2013 by

    In the federal district court case Branhaven, LLC v. Beeftek, Inc., et al., Civ. No. WDQ-2334 (D. Md. 2013), the Court addressed the issue of delayed and inadequate plaintiff ESI production. The opinion is a ruling on defendant’s Motion for Sanctions, alleging that the plaintiff engaged in “discovery abuses intended to harass defendants, cause unnecessary …

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    Posted on February 6th, 2013 by

    Our last blog discussed the first part of the 2013 court opinion in Peerless Industries, Inc. v. Crimson AV, LLC, (2013 WL 85378 (N.D.Ill.), which compelled the deposition of a foreign managing agent to be conducted in the U.S. The second part of the order reviewed plaintiff’s renewed Motion for Sanctions. The plaintiff had previously …

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    Posted on February 4th, 2013 by

    In Peerless Industries, Inc. v. Crimson AV, LLC, (2013 WL 85378 (N.D.Ill.), an Illinois District court heard, and rejected, common defense excuses to evade a deposition and electronic data discovery obligations. Plaintiff brought a patent infringement lawsuit against defendant Crimson, which company is closely aligned with a non-defendant Chinese corporation, Sycamore. In a prior ruling in …

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    Posted on January 9th, 2013 by

    Our last blog listed the categories of electronic data discovery plaintiff alleges to be inadequate in the employment discrimination case Day v. LSI Corporation, 2012 WL 6674434 (Dec. 20, 2012 D. Ariz.).  The main spoliation allegations were that the defendant failed to issue a timely litigation hold, failed to produce key employee emails for more …

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