Symantec Corp. v. McAfee Assoc., Inc., 1998 WL 740807 (N.D. Cal. Aug. 14, 1998)

Key Insight: Plaintiff’s motion to modify scheduling order to allow additional electronic discovery (production of all source code and image copies of all hard drives with access to a server from which a particular disk was copied) denied because plaintiff failed to exercise reasonable diligence — it had possession of the disputed disk for over nine months before it examined the disk and appreciated its significance

Nature of Case: Copyright infringement

Electronic Data Involved: Source code, image copies of hard drives

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