Archive: February 3, 2010

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Court Compels Production of Foreign Data and Re-Production of “Already-Produced” Electronic Discovery in a Reasonably Usable Form

Court Compels Production of Foreign Data and Re-Production of “Already-Produced” Electronic Discovery in a Reasonably Usable Form

Accessdata Corp. v. ALSTE Tech. GMBH, 2010 WL 318477 (D. Utah Jan. 21, 2010)

In this breach of contract case, the court granted plaintiff’s motion to compel and ordered defendant (a German company) to produce responsive third-party, personal data, despite objections that such production would violate German law.  The court also granted plaintiff’s motion to compel the re-production of previously produced electronic discovery where defendant’s initial production did not conform to the requirements of Fed. R. Civ. P. 34.

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