AL Noaimi v. Zaid, No. 11-11560EFM, 2012 WL 4758048 (D. Kan. Oct. 5, 2012)

Key Insight: Court denied plaintiffs? motion to quash defendants? subpoena to one of plaintiffs? email providers where plaintiffs? assertions of breadth and burden were merely conclusory and were unsupported by evidence, where defendants agreed to allow plaintiffs? counsel to review the emails before production to defendants, and where the court?s power to compel the plaintiff to consent to the isp?s production circumvented any problems with the Electronic Communications Privacy Act

Nature of Case: breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and related claims

Electronic Data Involved: Emails from internet service provider (ISP)

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