Metadata production is now commonplace in almost all federal court litigation, including cases involving insurers. Adding a bit of confusion to the mix, however, is the fact that, on June 17, 2011, Judge Scheindlin withdrew her February 2011 ruling ordering production of metadata in National Day Laborer Organization v. U.S. ICE Agency. While the case concerns what the government must produce pursuant to FOIA requests, anything involving e-discovery and Judge Schiendlin—the author of the landmark Zubulake e-discovery opinions—is bound to get the attention of litigators everywhere. We’ll be following the developments in this ever-changing field.
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