In re Fundamental Long Term Care, Inc., 515 B.R. 874 (Bankr. M.D. Fla. 2014)

Key Insight: Concluding that inadvertent production did not waive privilege, court rejected bankruptcy trustee’s argument that party waived privilege because it had not taken any — or perhaps enough — action to have the privileged documents removed from the district court’s electronic docket, noting that measures taken to rectify an inadvertent disclosure is only one of five factors courts consider in determining whether privilege has been waived and other four factors weighed against a finding of waiver

Nature of Case: Adversary proceeding in bankruptcy case

Electronic Data Involved: Privileged ESI

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