Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Rule 26
Where Wal-Mart failed to timely disclose to plaintiffs a “staggering” volume of data, that evidence and the resulting expert reports were excluded.
This quick guide to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) explains where the rules come from, what they do, and how they influence ediscovery.
In this patent case, the court denied the plaintiff’s motion to compel expensive review of the defendant’s electronic data discovery.
In this antitrust claim, the court ordered the plaintiff’s CEO to produce discovery records, documents and data for litigation.
In Mann v. City of Chicago, the court granted the plaintiffs’ motion in part by allowing email searches of seven additional custodians FRCP 26.
In this discovery dispute, the Texas Supreme Court aligned state and federal rules to clarify proportionality in e-discovery.
Court upholds plaintiff’s limited request for discovery as proportional despite exorbitant cost quoted by the responding party.