Discovery on Discovery

Discovery on Discovery

Definition

Discovery requests that seek information about the systems and process an opposing party uses to respond to discovery. Common examples include interrogatories or requests to depose a records custodian about how a party preserves and manages data or retains and retrieves documents. Typically, parties intend discovery on discovery to show that the opposing party did not maintain adequate records or failed to satisfy discovery obligations.

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