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Party Ordered to Disclose Where and How It Searched for ESI: You Can Expect
This Kind of Order To Become Commonplace
A federal court in Nebraska recently ordered a defendant to disclose all of
the sources it searched to respond to an e-discovery request, and to
disclose all of the keywords it used to perform its searches. *American
Home Assurance Company, et al v. Greater Omaha Packing Company,
Inc.<http://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?q=greater+omaha+packing&hl=en&as_sdt=2,44&as_ylo=2013&case=13115409502260571056&scilh=0>
*, No. 8:11CV270 (D. Neb. Sept. 11, 2013).

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