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    Medina et. al. v. Catholic Health Initiatives, et. al., Case No. 13-01249 (D. Colo., Jan. 17, 2017) was a class action lawsuit filed against Catholic health care systems. The Plaintiffs alleged that the Defendants’ health plans did not qualify as a church health plans under ERISA requirements, and therefore, Defendants failed to meet funding and …

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    Posted on October 10th, 2016 by

    In Thorncreek Apartments I, LLC et. al. v. Village of Park Forest et. al., Consolidated Case Nos. 08-869, 08-1225, 08-4303 (N.D. Ill., Aug. 29, 2016), a set of consolidated cases related to zoning and building code violations as well as housing discrimination, a jury found in favor of Plaintiffs on certain claims and in favor …

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    Posted on August 22nd, 2016 by

    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 July 26th, 2016 by

    Litigation is expensive, particularly when the parties do not plan comprehensive eDiscovery strategies, are unprepared to handle extensive electronic data, or become engaged in drawn-out discovery disputes. In federal cases, the prevailing party to a civil action can recover some costs associated with the litigation expenses from the losing party, subject to review by the …

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    In Deere & Co. v. Duroc, LLC et. al., Case No. 14-1697 (Fed. Cir., May 26, 2016) Plaintiff sued Defendants for patent infringement. Ultimately, the court entered summary judgment in favor of both Defendants and ordered costs to be assessed against Plaintiff. After Defendants submitted their bill of costs, the court assessed the taxation of …

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