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Artt v. Orange Lake Country Club Realty, Inc.

Artt v. Orange Lake Country Club Realty, Inc.

Case Date: 08/17/2015
Citation: 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 108104
Court Type: Federal District
Court: Middle District of Florida (M.D. Fla.)
Judge: Federal Magistrate Judge: Thomas B. Smith
Issues:

Whether defendant’s motion is too broad when they are requesting the production of every online posting, online profile, message, communication, tweet, video, photograph from all of plaintiff’s social media for a 3 year period that encompassed the time frame for their Fair Labor Standards claim.

Resolution:

The court denied the motion. The court ruled that a request for all of plaintiff’s social media information during the 3 year period was too broad just to show that plaintiff may not have been doing work related activities during overtime hours. The request was on its face overbroad, unduly burdensome, and unreasonable. Plaintiff had even submitted her own calculations that eliminated 69 weeks from her claim.

Relevant Documents:

Defendant Orange Lake Country Club Realty, Inc.’s Motion to Compel Production of Documents (Doc. 36)

Mediation Report (Doc. 37)

Plaintiff, Debra Artt’s, Memorandum in Opposition to Defendant’s Motion to Compel Production of Documents (Doc. 38)

Order (Doc. 39)

E-Discovery Issues: Production Request
E-discovery Tags: Communication/Cooperation, Email
E-discovery subjects: Cell phone, Computer, Electronically stored information, Email, Social Media

Published: November 16th, 2019

Category: Uncategorized


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