Tag: FRCP 37(b)(2)

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In re: CCA Recordings 2255 Litigation v. United States of America (D. Kan. 2021)
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Copenhaver v. Cavanga Group S.p.A Omeca Division (D. Mont. 2021)

Copenhaver v. Cavanga Group S.p.A Omeca Division (D. Mont. 2021)

Key Insight: If a motion to compel is granted, the party whose conduct necessitated the motion is required to pay reasonable expenses in making the motion, including attorney fees. However, payment cannot be ordered if “the movant filed the motion before attempting in good faith to obtain the disclosure or discovery without court action.”

Nature of Case: Products Liability

Electronic Data Involved: Email, Electronic Documents Generally

Case Summary

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