Triple-I Corp. v. Hudson Assocs. Consulting, Inc., 2009 WL 1210882 (D. Kan. May 1, 2009)

Key Insight: Court declined to award sanctions for production of unreadable cds where there was no indication that the issue was discussed prior to the filing of the motion and no evidence as to who was at fault but ordered defendants to make the records available in a readable format and, if electronic copies were not readable, to print the materials for production; for defendants’ failure to produce documents pursuant to court order and for ?evasive and inappropriate? responses to requests for clarification about that failure, court ordered monetary sanctions against defense counsel personally where the court determined such responses were the result of her tactical decisions

Nature of Case: Interference with contractual relationship and other claims

Electronic Data Involved: ESI

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