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Case Blurb: Thai Heng Chang; Court discusses documents produced across matters

Posted by rjbiii on September 16, 2008

The Court agrees generally that Defendant should not have to produce documents he has already produced, whether in another cause or not, but he may not simply refer Plaintiff to the other lawsuit with the general objection that he’s already produced responsive documents. Defendant must respond to each discovery request served in this case and identify each responsive document by Bates number or other identifying information that specifies the precise document. Of course, any responsive documents between March 22, 2007, and July 1, 2007, would not be previously produced in response to the subpoena, and therefore, shall now be produced within ten days of this date.

Infinite Energy, Inc. v. Thai Heng Chang, 2008 WL 4098329 at *2 (N.D.Fla. Aug. 29, 2008 ) (emphases in the original).

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