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Cont’l Grp., Inc. v. KW Prop. Mgmt., LLC

Cont’l Grp., Inc. v. KW Prop. Mgmt., LLC

Case Date: 02/20/2009
Citation: Cont'l Grp., Inc. v. KW Prop. Mgmt., LLC, No. 09-60202-CV, 2009 WL 425945 (S.D. Fla. Feb. 20, 2009)
Court Type: Federal District
Court: Southern District of Florida (S.D. Fla.)
Judge: Federal District Judge: James I. Cohn
Issues:

Plaintiff filed a motion to compel, seeking Defendant’s compliance with a Court order to produce imaging of computers and electronic devices. Plaintiff also moved to clarify the Court’s previous order to expedite discovery.

Resolution:

The Court granted Plaintiff’s motion to compel and motion to clarify in part. The Court clarified its previous order and directed that the electronic devices be imaged, with Defendants then searching the image for privileged information and creating a privilege log. The Court ordered both parties to communicate and come up with effective search terms and filters.

Relevant Documents:

Plaintiff’s Expedited Motion for Further Clarification of the Court’s Orders to Expedite Discovery (Doc. 28) 

Defendants’ Response to Plaintiff’s Expedited Motion for Further Clarification of the Court’s Order to Expedite Discovery (Doc. 30) 

Defendant’s Motion for Temporary Relief (Doc. 31)

Plaintiff’s Expedited Motion to Compel Defendants to Comply with the Court’s Order to Produce for Imaging Certain Portable Computers and Electronic Devices, and to Compel Further Compliance with the Court’s Order Regarding Expedited Discovery (Doc. 32)

Order Granting in Part Motions to Clarify and Motion to Compel (Doc. 34)

E-Discovery Issues: Motion to Compel
E-discovery Tags: Attorney-Client, Communication/Cooperation, Forensic Analysis/Examination, Keyword Search, Mirror Imaging, Privilege, Sources of ESI, Work Product
E-discovery subjects: Computer, Removable Drive, Servers

Published: April 2nd, 2018

Category: Uncategorized


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