Kellogg Brown & Root Int., Inc. v. Altanmia Commercial Mktg. Co., 2009 WL 1457632 (S.D. Tex. May 26, 2009)

Key Insight: Where defendant objected to plaintiff?s bill of costs including costs for data extraction and storage by a third party vendor, court stated that the ?steps that KBR had the third-party vendor perform do not appear to be electronic equivalents of exemplification and copying? , held that the costs were not within the ??exemplification and copying? category of ? 1920? and thus upheld defendant?s objection to those costs

Nature of Case: Declaratory judgment related to a series of contracts for fuled transport overseas

Electronic Data Involved: Extraction and storage costs of ESI

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