In re Denture Care Prods. Liab. Litig., 292 F.R.D. 120 (D.D.C. 2013)

Key Insight: Court found information sought in third party subpoena was relevant, that production of documents with missing pages or emails without their attachments did not comply with Rule 45, that subpoena was not unduly burdensome, and that forensic investigation of third party?s computers was not yet warranted in spite of ?discrepancies and inconsistencies? in their production, but warned that third party could be required to bear the cost of forensic investigation of their computers if they failed to comply with court?s order to produce all responsive documents

Nature of Case: Products Liability

Electronic Data Involved: ESI

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