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    Posted on March 6th, 2017 by

    Argentieri v. Zuckerberg, et. al., Case No. A-147932 (Cal. App., Feb. 15, 2017) arises out of a separate federal suit filed against Facebook and its founder, Mark Zuckerberg by Paul Ceglia, alleging that Zuckerberg had contracted with him for the creation of Facebook and promised him money. The lawsuit was predicated upon an alleged contract …

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    Posted on February 20th, 2017 by

    In Morgan Hill Concerned Parents Association, et. al. v. California Department of Education, et. al., Case No. 11-3471 (E.D. Cali Feb. 1, 2017), two associations of parents and children with disabilities sued Defendants alleging violations of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act by systemically failing to provide free appropriate public education to disabled children. During discovery, …

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    Posted on December 7th, 2015 by

    The Plaintiff in Banks v. St. Francis Health Center, Inc., Case No. 15-2602 (D. Kansas, Nov. 23, 2015) filed suit against Defendant alleging race discrimination, harassment, and employment retaliation. During discovery, Plaintiff propounded requests for documents (including ESI) and interrogatories. Plaintiff filed a Motion to Compel as to certain aspects of the request and interrogatories, …

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    Posted on August 21st, 2015 by

    ILS often espouses the benefits of receiving defense document productions in native file format. In complex litigations with increasingly large document productions, the metadata that comes with native file production can be a game changer for plaintiffs, both in terms of facilitating global analysis of a document production and by providing rich history of individual …

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