BancPass, Inc. v. Highway Toll Admin., LLC, No. A-14-CV-1062-SS, 2016 WL 4031417 (W.D. Tex. July 26, 2016)

Key Insight: Where, in email, the parties agreed to use certain search terms and one party produced all such hits except those deemed privileged while the other produced only relevant documents, court indicated that if it were to construe the emails as a binding contract, Defendant would be in breach, but found that it was not a contract and reasoned that there was no evidence that relevant documents were withheld nor that additional searches would produce more responsive documents, and thus denied Plaintiff?s motion to compel

Nature of Case: Defamation

Electronic Data Involved: ESI identified by agreed search terms

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