In re Plastics Additives Antitrust Litig., 2004 WL 2743591 (E.D. Pa. Nov. 29, 2004)

Key Insight: Sustaining defendants’ objections to plaintiff’s proposed scheduling order, court imposed reciprocal burdens on parties to produce transactional data in electronic format, to the extent reasonably feasible, but removed provision that had required defendants to make available “documentation and computer personnel” to help plaintiffs understand that data, stating parties were free to agree to such a provision but the court would not impose one

Nature of Case: Antitrust

Electronic Data Involved: Transactional data

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