Argus & Assoc. v. Prof?l Benefits Servs., 2009 WL 1297374 (E.D. Mich. May 8, 2009)

Key Insight: Where plaintiff claimed its inability to timely respond to defendant?s discovery requests was caused by defendant?s failure to provide access to Medi-web website, court rejected claims that defendant had intentionally misled plaintiff but reasoned that defendant?s behavior ?was not exemplary? and that the parties should have addressed the website when developing their discovery plan; court?s order upheld prior evidentiary sanction for late productions of evidence related to claims of breach of duty, but excepted evidence not known to plaintiffs until after accessing Medi-web

Nature of Case: Breach of statutory and contractual duties

Electronic Data Involved: Website

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