Archive: September 11, 2006

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“Developing an Effective E-discovery Response Plan” Presented by Dawson
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Party Not Required to Produce Financials in Searchable Electronic Format, In Part Because Requesting Party Had Refused Similar Request

“Developing an Effective E-discovery Response Plan” Presented by Dawson

Preston’s Martha Dawson will be a featured speaker at the upcoming In-House Paralegal SuperConference in Philadelphia on October 4-5, 2006.  She will be emphasizing the importance of equiping yourself with the insight and knowledge necessary to implement effective strategies for quickly and efficiently complying with e-discovery requests.  Click here for further conference details.

Party Not Required to Produce Financials in Searchable Electronic Format, In Part Because Requesting Party Had Refused Similar Request

OKI Am., Inc. v. Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., 2006 WL 2547464 (N.D. Cal. Aug. 31, 2006)

In this patent litigation, AMD moved to compel the production of certain financial documents, complaining that OKI had produced a disk containing 29,000 pages of financial materials which “were not in electronic format and not searchable.” In response, OKI expressed “outrage” that AMD was demanding exactly the kind of documents that AMD itself refused to provide. OKI stated it was forced to spend almost $25,000 to convert AMD’s documents into a searchable electronic format, after AMD produced its documents in unsearchable "tiff" format. Further, AMD had produced its materials “in a form that did not correspond to OKI’s infringement contentions and not in Microsoft Excel, as OKI had requested.”

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