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Jacobs Keeley, PLLC v. Chief Judge of Seventeenth Judicial Circuit

Jacobs Keeley, PLLC v. Chief Judge of Seventeenth Judicial Circuit

Case Date: 06/17/2015
Citation: Jacobs Keeley, PLLC v. Chief Judge of Seventeenth Judicial Circuit, 169 So. 3d 192 (Fla. 4th DCA 2015)
Court Type: District Court of Appeal
Court: Fla. 4th DCA
Judge: Judge: Robert M. Gross
Rule(s): Florida Rules of Judicial Administration 2.420
Issues:

Petitioner sought a writ of mandamus to compel the Chief Judge of the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit to comply with public records requests.

Resolution:

The Court denied the petition in part. Petitioner did not establish the court failed to perform a legal duty, as the court was responsive to public records requests and Petitioner declined to help provide better search terms. With respect to certain emails the court marked as privileged, only an email from a staff attorney transmitting a proposed order was exempt from disclosure.

Relevant Documents:

Decision

E-Discovery Issues: Production Request, Writ of Mandamus
E-discovery Tags: Attorney-Client, Possession or Control, Preservation and Collection, Privilege
E-discovery subjects: Email

Published: January 25th, 2018

Category: Uncategorized


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