Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, et al v. Baldini, et al
||David G. Cogswell, James M. Sutton, Jack A. Baldini, Louis J. Dunham and Michael O'Brien
||Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
||October 26, 2012
||US District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia
||XX US, Outside State
||David A. Faber
|Nature of Suit:
||Banks and Banking
|Cause of Action:
||12:1819 Default of Promissory Note
|Jury Demanded By:
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|March 28, 2014
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER denying Plaintiff's 56 MOTION for Protective Order Concerning Discovery of Electronically Stored Information (ESI). Directing Plaintiff to take steps initially to locate ESI responsive to each of Mr. Dunham's requests. The parties shall work together in development of search terms which when applied to the ESI will yield documents and information responsive to Mr. Dunham's request and exclude non-responsive documents and information. Plaintiff shall upload ESI to Relativity organized and labeled in conformity with the search terms, make it available to Defendants and produce it in an agreed upon form. Signed by Magistrate Judge R. Clarke VanDervort on 3/28/2014. (cc: counsel of record) (arb)
|November 14, 2013
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: by Judgment Order dated 9/30/2013, the court DENIED defendants' 21 , 24 and 26 MOTIONS to Dismiss. The reasons for that decision are given in this order. Signed by Judge David A. Faber on 11/14/2013. (cc: counsel of record) (mjp)
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