Franco-Gonzalez v. Holder, No. CV 10-2211-DMG (DTBx), 2014 WL 8116823 (C.D. Cal. May 3, 2013)

Key Insight: Court partly granted plaintiffs? motion to compel, requiring government: (1) to re-produce all documents it had produced in a “locked” password-protected file either as they were kept in the ordinary course or organized and labeled to correspond to document requests, (2) as to other documents government had previously re-produced, to provide an index identifying, by date of production and bates number, which documents each reproduction was meant to replace, and whether any documents were new, and (3) as to documents from which government had redacted on the basis of non-responsiveness and not on the basis of any privilege, to produce unredacted versions of such documents

Nature of Case: Class action concerning government’s detention and removal of immigrants with mental issues

Electronic Data Involved: Various documents related to over 200 detainees, includingi A-file, medical documents, records of proceedings and database information

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