What Should be the Ordinary Course of Business: Using Litigation Support Software to Review

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The Defendants in Valeo Elec. Sys. v. Cleveland Die & Mfg. Co., brought a motion to compel the Plaintiffs to organize their electronically stored information production into 28 specific categories to match the Defendants’ discovery requests. The Defense motion was denied. Valeo Elec. Sys. v. Cleveland Die & Mfg. Co., 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 51421, 1-2 ( E.D. Mich. June 17, 2009).

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