Court Has a “Beef” with Plaintiff’s Proportionality Argument: eDiscovery Case Law

By Doug Austin

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In Cargill Meat Solutions Corp. v. Premium Beef Feeders, LLC, No. 13-cv-1168-EFM-TJJ (D. Kan. June 26, 2015), Kansas Magistrate Judge Teresa J. James granted the defendants’ motion to compel production of documents, overruling the plaintiffs’ objections to the discovery request in finding that “Plaintiff has not satisfied its burden to show that producing the requested documents would be unduly burdensome”.

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Case Background

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In this breach of contract case, the defendant requested in June…

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