E-DISCOVERY

Costly moments in electronic discovery

Here's a rundown on the precedents that shaped the landscape for litigators.

The National Law Journal

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MEDTRONIC V. MICHELSON

Medtronic Sofamor Danek Inc. filed a patent suit against Gary Michelson, a spinal surgeon, over a spinal fusion device. Michelson, represented by Taylor Cates of Burch, Porter & Johnson, moved to force Medtronic to produce 996 computer backup tapes containing e-mails plus 300 gigabytes of additional electronic data.

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