In re Indeco Sales, Inc., No. 09-14-00405-CV, 2014 WL 5490943 (Tex. App. Oct. 30, 2014)

Key Insight: Ruling on petition for writ of mandamus, state appellate court found that trial court did not abuse its discretion in denying defendants’ motion to compel: (1) production of plaintiff’s cell phone for forensic examination and data extraction (to retrieve stored and deleted photographs and videotapes depicting plaintiff subsequent to accident, stored and deleted text messages, emails and audio recordings referencing or reflecting plaintiff’s alleged depression, etc.) and (2) production of information, data, posts and conversations from plaintiff’s Facebook page, because the requests were not properly limited in time and scope, were overly broad and could have been more narrowly tailored, and constituted an unwarranted intrusion

Nature of Case: Personal injury claims stemming from motor vehicle accident

Electronic Data Involved: Data stored on plaintiff’s cell phone; and information, data, posts and conversations from plaintiff’s Facebook page

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