Where Wal-Mart failed to timely disclose to plaintiffs a “staggering” volume of data, that evidence and the resulting expert reports were excluded.
The court refused to compel the defendant to review millions of emails, finding the burden disproportionate in an individual case worth about $6,000.
Recently both Grindr and CVS were both reported to have shared the HIV status of their customers/users. What are the the legal/ethical ramifications for privacy…
In this motion, the parties disputed several e-discovery issues, with the court balancing the burden of individual searches against the parties’ expected payoff and justifications.
In this proposed class action, the court granted a motion compelling the defendant to produce e-discovery data to define the class of potential plaintiffs.
In class-action employment case Williams v. Angie's List, the court finds that information ‘possessed’ by a party is subject to e-discovery.