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Floeter v. City of Orlando

Floeter v. City of Orlando

Case Date: 04/14/2006
Citation: Floeter v. City of Orlando, No. 6:05-cv-400-Orl-22KRS, 2006 WL 1000306 (M.D. Fla. Apr. 14, 2006)
Court Type: Federal District
Court: Middle District of Florida (M.D. Fla.)
Judge: Federal District Judge: Karla R. Spaulding
Rule(s): Rule 34
Issues:

Plaintiff filed a motion to compel production of documents and a motion to compel entry upon land to inspect police computer hard drives.

Resolution:

The Court granted in part and denied in part Plaintiff’s motion to compel production. With respect to documents outlining claims and procedures relating to hostile environment sexual harassment or retaliation for such reports, the Court granted the motion. However, the Court denied production of any documents exceeding the scope of those claims, or any request not reasonably calculated to lead to the discovery of admissible evidence. The Court denied Plaintiff’s motion to compel entry upon land, as the City had an interest in protecting the information on the hard drives and there was no need for Plaintiff to examine the hard drives himself.

Relevant Documents:

Plaintiff’s Combined Motion to Compel Production of Documents and Motion to Compel Entry Upon Land (Doc. 29)

Defendant’s Response to Plaintiff’s Combined Motion to Compel Production of Documents and Motion to Compel Entry Upon Land (Doc. 32) 

Order on Plaintiff’s Combined Motion to Compel Production of Documents and Motion to Compel Entry Upon Land (Doc. 37) 

 

E-Discovery Issues: Motion to Compel
E-discovery Tags: Possession or Control, Privilege, Relevancy, Sources of ESI
E-discovery subjects: Computer, Email, Hard drive

Published: April 4th, 2018

Category: Uncategorized


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