Archive: March 7, 2006

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National Archives and Records Administration Revises Regulations Regarding Management and Disposition of Very Short-Term Temporary Email
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Defendant Ordered to Produce Documents in Native File Format and with Original Metadata

National Archives and Records Administration Revises Regulations Regarding Management and Disposition of Very Short-Term Temporary Email

The National Archives and Records Administration (“NARA”) announced that it will be revising regulations to provide for appropriate management and disposition of very short-term email by allowing management of such records within the email system. Disposition of Electronic Mail Records with Short Retention Periods, Final Rule, 71 Fed. Reg. 8806-8808 (Feb. 21, 2006) (to be codified at 36 C.F.R. pt. 1234). The effective date for changes is March 23, 2006. Read More

Defendant Ordered to Produce Documents in Native File Format and with Original Metadata

Nova Measuring Instruments Ltd. v. Nanometrics, Inc., 417 F. Supp. 2d 1121 (N.D. Cal. 2006)

Nova Measuring Instruments Ltd. (“Nova”) filed a motion to compel production of documents pursuant to Patent L.R. 3-4 in this patent infringement matter adverse Nanometrics, Inc. (“Nano”). There was disagreement as to whether Nano was required to produce documents in native format with original metadata, and whether the documents produced are sufficient to show the operation of each aspect or element of the claims identified in Nova’s Patent L.R. 3-1(c) chart. Read More

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