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    Posted on January 22nd, 2014 by

    Our Plaintiff eDiscovery Experts Highlight Notable Case Law As our website continues to highlight the latest plaintiff eDiscovery cases and topics, certain trends emerge that are exceptionally notable for practitioners. Please review with us some of the electronic discovery blog highlights from 2013! Bar is Raised for eDiscovery Attorney Competence With the significance of electronic …

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    • Strategic eCertainty

    Posted on December 13th, 2013 by

    In Griffin Technology Holdings Inc. et al v. IWICS, Inc., No C13-1465 RAJ (Dist. Court W.D. Washington Nov. 25, 2013), plaintiff Griffin and defendant IWICS have ongoing litigation regarding a contract dispute. The litigation is still in the early stages of discovery, and the present agreement and order are an excellent example of Fed. R. …

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    Posted on December 11th, 2013 by

    In Saliga v. Chemtura Corporation, No. 3:12cv832 (RNC) (Dist. Court, D. Connecticut Nov. 25, 2013), plaintiff Saliga brought suit against defendant Chemtura, alleging racial, gender and religious discrimination by her former employer. Every effort by the parties to agree on an electronic document production structure in Rule 26(f) conferences failed, so the court now recognizes …

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    Posted on December 9th, 2013 by

    In American Home Assurance et al. v. Greater Omaha Packing Company Inc., No. 8:11CV270 (Dist. Court, D. Nebraska Sept. 11, 2013), plaintiffs Cargill and American Home Assurance alleged defendant GOPAC supplied E. coli-tainted beef that sickened dozens of people in 2007. Mired in discovery for more than a year, plaintiff Cargill seeks a motion to …

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    Posted on December 5th, 2013 by

    In RPM Pizza, LLC v. Argonaut Great Central Insurance Company, No. 10-684-BAJ-SCR (Dist. Court, M.D. Louisiana Nov. 15, 2013), plaintiff RPM Pizza (doing business as Domino’s) sued defendant Argonaut for payment on an insurance claim. RPM Pizza was accused of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and they expected Argonaut to provide defense costs under …

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