Gavrilovic v. Worldwide Language Res., Inc., 2006 WL 1342839 (D.N.H. Apr. 18, 2006)

Key Insight: Magistrate denied defendant’s motion for contempt order under Rule 45(e) for non-party’s alleged failure to comply with subpoena and court order, where non-party had produced roughly 3,500 pages of responsive documents, and reason for non-production of four particular emails (given to defendant by ex-employee of non-party) was because non-party did not have possession of and could not produce them since the computer and server that once contained them were no longer available to non-party

Nature of Case: Sex discrimination/harassment

Electronic Data Involved: Email

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