General Steel Domestic Sales, LLC v. Chumley, No. 10-cv-01398-PAB-KLM, 2011 WL 2415715 (D. Colo. June 15, 2011)

Key Insight: Court denied motion to compel production of plaintiff?s audio calls where plaintiff asserted that defendant?s claims were ?thin? and did not specify any damages and where in light of this, plaintiff asserted that the burden of producing the requested audio recordings outweighed any potential benefit; plaintiff supported its assertions that the audio recordings were ?not reasonably accessible? with affidavits indicating the high volume of calls to review, the need to listen to each call to determine its responsiveness, the incredible time and financial costs of such a review, and the possibility that privileged calls were present in the mix such that a third party could not be relied on to assist

Nature of Case: False and misleading advertising, deceptive sales practices

Electronic Data Involved: Audio recordings of phone calls

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