digEcor, Inc. v. e.Digital Corp., 2008 WL 4335539 (D. Utah Sept. 16, 2008)

Key Insight: Where defendant?s subpoenas to plaintiff?s suppliers and customers were overly broad and requested information from too broad a time period, court noted that ?[d]iscovery requests directed to an opponent’s customers are to be approached with caution, even more than is advised in most discovery directed to third-parties,? and ordered that numerous requests be modified or narrowed in scope; court further noted that protective order could sufficiently protect confidential information sought from suppliers

Nature of Case: Breach of contract litigation concerning digital video player intellectual property

Electronic Data Involved: Email, source code, object code, executable code and other ESI

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