Allstate Insurance Co. v. Papanek (No. 3:15-cv-240, 2018 (S.D. Ohio Jan. 5, 2018), 2018)

Key Insight: whether there was accessibility problems or undue burden or cost associated with turning over phones and computers for forensic imaging; also, whether it was sufficient to have plaintiff’s employee’s conduct a search for responsive ESI

Nature of Case: breach of contract, tortious interference

Electronic Data Involved: e-mails, phone messages, physical computers and cellphones and their data

Keywords: “former business relationship”, “information may be discoverable even if not ultimately admissible into evidence”, “Allstate, however, agreed to produce responsive information within its custody”

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