The Titan Killer: Mandatory Exclusion under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 37(c)(1)

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Oracle and SAP are at war. They have exchanged bayonet charges in discovery for two years in a case where Oracle has accused SAP (TomorrowNow) of “systematic and pervasive illegal downloading of Oracle software over approximately six years.” Oracle United States v. Sap Ag, 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 91432 (N.D. Cal. Sept. 17, 2009). Production has been over 12 terabytes with 140 custodians and document review for each custodian has cost $100,000.

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