Cheng v. Lake Forest Assocs., No. CBD-13-1365, 2014 WL 2964082 (D. Md. June 30, 2014)

Key Insight: Court reasoned that ?[c]aselaw demonstrates that a contractual relationship between two parties, which privies one party to access documents or information physically possessed by the other, can be sufficient to establish the requisite control necessary to compel production of a discovery-related document[]? and found that defendant had such control over video surveillance footage in the possession of a third party and granted Plaintiff?s motion to compel

Nature of Case: Personal injury (Slip & fall)

Electronic Data Involved: video surveillance

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