Bailey v. Scoutware, LLC, No. 12-10281, 2014 WL 1118372 (E.D. Mich. Mar. 21, 2014)

Key Insight: Because defendant was able to examine the subject cell phone with its expert, court ruled that plaintiff should also have the ability to examine the phone to determine if additional relevant text or voicemail messages exist or if there is evidence that text or voicemail messages were deleted, and ordered defendant to produce the current and old cell phones to plaintiff’s expert; court deferred ruling on other requested sanctions as premature and found that neither side was entitled to attorneys’ fees in connection with the motion

Nature of Case: Michigan Whistleblower Protection Act and breach of contract

Electronic Data Involved: Text messages and voicemail messages on cell phone of plaintiff’s former co-worker

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