Matthews v. Baumhaft, 2008 WL 2224126 (E.D. Mich. May 29, 2008)

Key Insight: District judge upheld as neither clearly erroneous nor contrary to law magistrate judge?s order for forensic imaging of defendants’ computers, where defendants had refused to provide documents plaintiff requested, providing only “sample” appraisals, and where relevant appraisals and software used to generate appraisals resided in computer and were relevant to parties’ claims and defenses

Nature of Case: Fraud, RICO and breach of fiduciary duty claims

Electronic Data Involved: Appraisals and software used to generate appraisals

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