Kelley v. Smith?s Food & Drug Ctrs., Inc., No. 2:14-cv-00856-RCJ-CWH, 2014 WL 6474026 (D. Nev. Nov. 19, 2014)

Key Insight: Store video was not protected from production by the impeachment evidence exception because the video?s impeachment value was too closely linked to its substantive value, and the evidence the video offered could not be realistically confined to use for impeachment purposes only; court granted both plaintiff?s motion to compel production of the video and plaintiff?s motion for protective order, which protected plaintiff from being forced to submit to a deposition without first being able to view the video

Nature of Case: Slip and fall

Electronic Data Involved: Store video containing footage of plaintiff’s slip-and-fall

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