U.S. Holdings, Inc. v. Suntrust Bank, No. 09-23222-CIV, 2011 WL 1102822 (S.D. Fla. Mar. 23, 2011)

Key Insight: Where Bates labeling documents already produced in native format would have required defendants to convert the documents to an alternative format and would have cost between $16,000 and $75,000, the court denied plaintiff?s motion to compel Bates labeling, despite the requirement to do so as laid out in the Discovery Practices Handbook appended to the local rules in the Southern District of Florida

Nature of Case: Breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, fraud in the inducement, etc.

Electronic Data Involved: ESI in native format

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