In this wrongful termination case, Tingle v. Hebert, the court partially granted the defendant’s motion to compel the plaintiff to produce personal data.
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.
Magistrate Advises Serious Sanctions Against Trading School Owner Greg Gramalegui for Bad Faith Discovery Violations
Magistrate recommends serious sanctions against trading school owner for bad faith discovery in U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Comm’n v. Gramalegui
In class-action employment case Williams v. Angie's List, the court finds that information ‘possessed’ by a party is subject to e-discovery.
In Vir2us, Inc. v. Invincea, Inc., discovery violations and failing to comply with Federal Rules of Civil Procedure cost the defendant and its lead counsel.
Discovery in this an age discrimination employment case fell short when the defendant failed to preserve and produce key information.