Don’t Tell the Court “Keine Rechtsprechung”

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In Accessdata Corp. v. Alste Techs. Gmbh, 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 4566 (D. Utah Jan. 21, 2010), a United States based company entered into a contract with a German company to sell electronic discovery forensic software in Germany. Litigation followed after the German Defendant failed to pay the Plaintiff for software sales. The Defendant objected to producing electronic discovery of third parties based on German law and the Hague Convention.

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