Flagstar Bank, FSB v. Freestar Bank, N.A., 2009 WL 3756898 (D.N.H. Nov. 9, 2009)

Key Insight: Finding that emails transmitted for purpose of responding to discovery were not privileged, court affirmed magistrate?s order denying motion to quash subpoena seeking production of such emails; addressing defendant?s argument that separate email entries on privilege log should have been considered as a string, court relied on Muro v. Target Corp. noting that while ?Muro says that a court cannot force a party to individually list emails that appear in a privilege log as a string; it does not say that a court must string together emails that are listed separately.?

Nature of Case: trademark infringement

Electronic Data Involved: Emails

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