Squeo v Norwalk Hosp. Assoc., No. CV095012548, 2011 WL 7029761 (Conn. Super. Ct. Dec. 16, 2011)

Key Insight: In ongoing case addressing plaintiff?s claims of wrongful death resulting from their son?s release from the hospital and subsequent suicide, the court denied defendant?s motion to compel inspection of parents? personal home computer where parents alleged their son?s use of the computer was limited, where plaintiffs made significant efforts to assist in the retrieval of potentially relevant ESI from third parties including AOL, Facebook, and MySpace, where the requested inspection was unlimited by scope of data range, and where there was only speculation as to the existence of relevant evidence; court?s analysis included consideration of newly adopted revisions to Connecticut Practice Book

Nature of Case: Wrongful death

Electronic Data Involved: Personal computer

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