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New York’s Two Prong Analysis For Production Of Social Media

Last month, we summarized the N.Y. Supreme Court case, Fawcett v. Altieri, which involved the production of electronically stored social media content. What the post did not address, however, was the simple two prong analysis...more

Self Collecting Search Strategy May Be Discoverable

In S2 Automation v Micron Technology, Mircron served S2 with interrogatories and document requests that became the subject of Micron's motion to compel. The motion to compel covered several issues, including Micron's request...more

Financial Statements and Settlement Negotiations of Cooperating Witnesses in SEC Action Not Discoverable by Defendants

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York last week denied defendants Rajat Gupta and Raj Rajaratnam’s motion to compel documents concerning settlement negotiations between the Securities and Exchange...more

Eighth District Rules that Facts Supporting Affirmative Defenses are Discoverable as Long as Parties ask for "Letters, Memorandum,...

Eighth District Rules that Facts Supporting Affirmative Defenses are Discoverable as Long as Parties ask for "Letters, Memorandum, and Other Documents" Party A sues Party B alleging wrongful termination, pay...more

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