Archive: February 14, 2005

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Court Allows Use of Electronic Documents at Trial Despite Late Disclosure

Court Allows Use of Electronic Documents at Trial Despite Late Disclosure

Klyuch v. Freightmasters, Inc., 2005 WL 318786 (D.Minn. Feb. 9, 2005)

In this employment discrimination case, the defendant sought to amend its trial exhibit list to include three recently discovered electronic documents which it contended were “germane to the outstanding issues” set to be tried. The defendant provided the documents to opposing counsel as soon as it discovered them, and the court found that there was no evidence of bad faith on behalf of the defendant. The plaintiff argued that the late disclosure was unduly prejudicial. Read More

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