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Deegan v. Nexstar Broad., Inc.

Deegan v. Nexstar Broad., Inc.

Case Date: 11/18/2015
Citation: Deegan v. Nexstar Broad., Inc., NO. 3:14-cv-1419-J-39PDB, 2015 WL 7272687 (M.D. Fla. Nov. 18, 2015)
Court Type: Federal District
Court: Middle District of Florida (M.D. Fla.)
Judge: Federal Magistrate Judge: Patricia D. Barksdale
Rule(s): Rule 26; Rule 37
Issues:

Plaintiff moved to compel production of emails that were previously withheld.

Resolution:

The Court granted Plaintiff’s motion to compel in part. Although Plaintiff showed a substantial need for production of the email chain and the inability to obtain the information elsewhere, Defendant’s work product privilege still protected against the disclosure of the information. However, with respect to the August 27 email chain, Defendant was unable to show a work product privilege objection and the Court granted the motion to compel with respect to the chain.

Relevant Documents:

Motion to Compel Production of Withheld Documents (Doc. 53) 

Memorandum in Opposition to Motion to Compel (Doc. 59)

Order on Motion to Compel (Doc. 68) 

Response in Opposition to Motion for Sanctions (Doc. 73) 

Notice of Submission for In Camera Inspection (Doc. 89) 

Order Granting in Part Motion to Compel (Doc. 91)

E-Discovery Issues: Motion to Compel
E-discovery Tags: Preservation and Collection, Privilege, Sanctions, Spoliation, Work Product
E-discovery subjects: Email

Published: February 13th, 2018

Category: Uncategorized


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