A key to driving down the cost of ediscovery is to recognize that most preservation and discovery obligations are subject to negotiation — if you…
In this computer hacking case, the court concluded that one defendant blatantly and intentionally spoliated critical evidence.
In this breach of contract case, the court sanctioned the plaintiff for “gross misconduct” in discovery. The court imposed evidentiary and monetary sanctions, though it…
The court granted a motion to compel, finding that disorganized ESI did not satisfy FRCP 34; it ordered amendment of all non-conforming productions.
In this product liability case, the court denied spoliation sanctions because the defendant deleted ESI a decade before the plaintiffs filed suit.
The court compelled production of files in native format, citing Rule 34, the parties’ agreement, and the potential relevance of native-format files.