Monteville Sloan, Jr. v. General Motors LLC

Filing 94

STIPULATION AND ORDER re 91 STIPULATION WITH PROPOSED ORDER RE ELECTRONICALLY STORED INFORMATION filed by Dennis Vita, Derick Bradford, Edwin Doepel, Joseph Olivier, Katelyn Doepel, Marc Perkins, Rudy Sanchez, Bradley K. Zierke , Ted Edgecomb, Gabriel Del Valle, Dan Madson, James Robertson, Drew Peterson, Christopher Thacker, Mike Warpinski, James Faulkner, Joshua Byrge, Steve Kitchen, Joseph Brannan, Todd Cralley, Thomas Shorter, Steven Ehrke, Larry Goodwin, Jill Cralley, John Neubauer, Michael Ware, Kevin Hanneken, Donald Ludington, Ross Dahl, Jonas Bednarek, Barbara Molina, William Martell, Kelly Harris, Bill Mauch, Raul Siqueiros, John Graziano, Scott Smith, Gail Lannom, Monteville Sloan, Jr., Ronald Jones, Doepel Katelyn, Randy Clausen, Thomas Gulling. Signed by Judge Edward M. Chen on 1/9/18. (bpfS, COURT STAFF) (Filed on 1/9/2018)

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT 9 NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 10 SAN FRANCISCO DIVISION 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 MONTEVILLE SLOAN, JR., RAUL SIQUEIROS, TODD AND JILL CRALLEY, JOSEPH BRANNAN, LARRY GOODWIN, MARC PERKINS, DONALD LUDINGTON, THOMAS SHORTER, DERICK BRADFORD, GABRIEL DEL VALLE, KEVIN HANNEKEN, EDWIN AND KATELYN DOEPEL, DAN MADSON, JAMES FAULKNER, JOSEPH OLIVIER, SCOTT SMITH, ROSS DAHL, DREW PETERSON, MICHAEL WARE, STEVE KITCHEN, BARBARA MOLINA, DENNIS VITA, STEVEN EHRKE, THOMAS GULLING, RONALD JONES, MIKE WARPINSKI, WILLIAM MARTELL, JOHN GRAZIANO, JOSHUA BYRGE, RUDY SANCHEZ, CHRISTOPHER THACKER, RANDY CLAUSEN, KELLY HARRIS, JAMES ROBERTSON, and JONAS BEDNAREK, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated, Plaintiffs, Case No.: 16-cv-07244-EMC ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER v. GENERAL MOTORS LLC, Defendant. 28 ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC 1 The procedures and protocols outlined herein govern the production of electronically stored 2 information (“ESI”) and paper documents by the Parties during the pendency of this litigation. The 3 production formats for any other materials will be addressed by the parties after a meet and confer 4 regarding the specific item or category of items. 5 A. 6 Duty of Cooperation The parties acknowledge their duty to work together cooperatively throughout the discovery 7 process. 8 B. 9 Definitions 1. “Document” is defined to be synonymous in meaning and equal in scope to the usage of 10 this term in Rules 26 and 34 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The term “Document” shall 11 include Hard-Copy Documents, Electronic Documents, and ESI as defined herein. 12 2. “Electronic Document or Data” means Documents or Data existing in electronic form 13 at the time of collection, including but not limited to: e-mail or other means of electronic 14 communications, word processing files (e.g., Microsoft Word), computer presentations (e.g., 15 PowerPoint slides), spreadsheets (e.g., Excel), and image files (e.g., PDF). 16 17 18 19 20 3. “Electronically stored information” or “ESI,” as used herein has the same meaning as in Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 26 and 34. 4. “Hard-Copy Document” means Documents existing in paper form at the time of collection. 5. “Native Format” means and refers to the format of ESI in which it was generated 21 and/or as used by the producing party in the usual course of its business and in its regularly conducted 22 activities. For example, the native format of an Excel workbook is a .xls or .xslx file. 23 6. “Metadata” means: (i) information embedded in or associated with a native file that is 24 not ordinarily viewable or printable from the application that generated, edited, or modified such native 25 file which describes the characteristics, origins, usage, and/or validity of the electronic file; and (ii) 26 information generated automatically by the operation of a computer or other information technology 27 system when a native file is created, modified, transmitted, deleted, or otherwise manipulated by a user 28 of such system. ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER 2 Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC 1 7. “Field Data” means (i) information, such as Bates numbers, created during the course of 2 processing documents or ESI for production; and (ii) information collected during the course of 3 collecting documents or ESI, such as the name of the media device on which it was stored, or the 4 custodian or non-custodial data source from which it was collected. 5 6 7 8 9 8. “Media” means an object or device, real or virtual, including but not limited to a disc, tape, computer, or other device on which data is or was stored. 9. “Optical Character Recognition” or “OCR” means the process of recognizing, and creating a file containing, visible text within an image. 10. “Hash Value” is a unique numerical identifier that can be assigned to a file, a group of 10 files, or a portion of a file, based on a standard mathematical algorithm applied to the characteristics of 11 the data set. The most commonly used algorithms, known as MD5 and SHA, will generate numerical 12 values so distinctive that the chance that any two data sets will have the same Hash Value, no matter 13 how similar they appear, is less than one in one billion. “Hashing” is used to guarantee the authenticity 14 of an original data set and can be used as a digital equivalent of the Bates stamp used in Hard-Copy 15 Document productions. 16 17 18 11. “Confidentiality Designation” means the legend affixed to Protected Documents as defined by, and subject to, the terms of any protective order entered in this litigation. 12. “Searchable Text” means the native text extracted from an Electronic Document and 19 any Optical Character Recognition text (“OCR text”) generated from a Hard-Copy Document or 20 electronic image. 21 13. “Load files” means electronic files provided with a production set of documents and 22 images used to load that production set into a receiving party’s document review platform, and 23 correlate its data within that platform. 24 25 26 27 28 14. “And” and “or” shall be construed conjunctively or disjunctively as necessary to make their use inclusive rather than exclusive, e.g., “and” shall be construed to mean “and/or.” 15. “Include” and “Including” shall be construed to mean “include but not be limited to” and “including, but not limited to.” 16. Reference to the singular shall also be deemed to refer to the plural, and vice-versa. ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER 3 Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC 1 C. 2 Preservation 1. The Parties represent that they have issued litigation hold notices to those custodians 3 with data, and persons or entities responsible for maintenance of non-custodial data, which possibly 4 contain discoverable information. 5 6 2. All backup or archive media which may contain discoverable ESI not otherwise available have been pulled from rotation and are being preserved. 7 3. All processes and procedures which would result in the elimination, or transfer to a less 8 accessible medium, of any unpreserved data and associated metadata which would otherwise be 9 required to be preserved or produced have been suspended. 10 4. Within twenty-one (21) days from entry of this Order, Defendant will identify all ESI 11 preservation systems, including back-up, archive and disaster recovery systems, and all associated 12 policies, processes and procedures, including those related to the deletion, removal or transfer of data 13 from a location. 14 D. 15 16 17 Document and Data Sources 1. Within twenty-one (21) days from entry of this Order, Defendant shall identify and describe all non-custodial data sources which possibly contain discoverable information. 2. Sources of non-custodial documents and sources include databases, file servers, SANs, 18 NASs, email servers, web servers, online data storage such as Dropbox, document management 19 systems (DMS), record management systems (RMS), content management systems (CMS), 20 departmental/project/collaborative/shared storage spaces, e-rooms, structured data stores, application 21 data, source code repositories, social media and hard-copy document repositories. 22 23 24 3. Within twenty-one (21) days from entry of this Order, Defendant shall identify the names, titles and roles of custodians who possibly have discoverable information. 4. Sources of custodial documents and ESI include local hard drives, network home or 25 personal file shares, removable storage, email, removable storage media, online data storage such as 26 Dropbox, messaging phones, tablets, social media, and physical files. 27 28 5. Within thirty (30) days from Defendant’s identification of custodial and non-custodial data sources, Plaintiffs may identify additional custodial and non-custodial data sources for inclusion ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER 4 Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC 1 under this order. Plaintiffs reserve the right to request, at any time prior to the close of discovery, 2 inclusion of additional custodians or non-custodial data sources whose relevance was discovered via 3 documents or data produced, or testimony given, after the initial designations by Defendant and 4 Plaintiffs, or for other good cause shown. If the Defendant object to the inclusion of such non-custodial 5 or custodial sources, the Parties will meet and confer to resolve the matter; if the Parties cannot reach 6 resolution, the Court or its designee will determine the matter. 7 6. Documents and ESI from custodial and non-custodial data sources that may contain 8 information relevant to this litigation will be preserved pending identification of data to be produced 9 into this litigation. 10 7. Defendant has a continuing obligation to identify any custodial and non-custodial data 11 sources that may contain information relevant to this litigation, and preserve them. 12 E. Identification of Responsive ESI 13 The parties will meet and confer on the methodology (e.g., keyword/Boolean search, 14 technology-assisted review (TAR) such as concept search, predictive coding, etc.) and implementation 15 (e.g., search terms, etc.) to be used to identify and search ESI. Any such agreed-upon methodology 16 does not relieve the parties of their continuing obligation to identify data sources and produce discrete 17 document collections that contain information relevant to this litigation. A party may not withhold or 18 decline to review a document known to be relevant or responsive to a discovery request on the basis 19 that it was not discovered or identified through the agreed-upon search methodology. 20 F. Discrete Document Collections. 21 Identified discrete document collections, such as communications with regulatory agencies or 22 government entities shall be produced in their entirety without regard to whether or not each document 23 in the collection has been identified as possibly responsive, or deemed to be or classified as, responsive, 24 or, if search terms are used, contains a search term, except that privileged documents in such a 25 collection may be withheld and listed in a privilege log as specified elsewhere in this order. 26 G. Other Filtering or Culling Technologies. 27 Prior to use by either Party, the Parties must meet and confer to disclose and discuss any other 28 proposed use of technologies not specified herein to reduce the number of documents to be reviewed or ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER 5 Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC 1 produced (i.e., file type culling, e-mail thread suppression, etc.). Use of these technologies to reduce 2 the reviewable collection or production, other than as described, requires the consent of either Party and 3 will be subject to a separate mutually agreeable protocol for the use of such technologies to be 4 negotiated by the Parties. 5 H. 6 Production Format and Processing Specifications 1. Except as otherwise provided herein, the Parties will produce ESI in TIFF format with 7 extracted searchable text and applicable metadata as specified in Attachment A. with the exception of 8 the following file types that, to the extent produced, shall be produced in their native file format with an 9 accompanying placeholder image: 10 - Spreadsheets; 11 - Audio files; 12 - Photos (jpg and jpeg); and 13 - Video files. 14 Redacted ESI will be produced as TIFFs and OCR’ed searchable text. Hard-copy documents 15 will be scanned and produced as TIFFs, with applicable metadata as set out in Attachment A, and 16 OCR’ed searchable text. 17 2. Embedded Objects. OLE embedded objects (embedded MS Office files, etc.) shall be 18 extracted as separate files and treated as an attachment to the parent document. Images embedded in 19 emails shall not be extracted and produced separately. 20 3. Load Files. Productions will include image load files in Opticon or IPRO format as well 21 as Concordance format data (.dat) files with the metadata fields identified in Attachment A for all 22 included documents. All metadata will be produced in UTF-16LE or UTF-8 with Byte Order Mark 23 format. 24 4. Foreign Language Documents. Hard-copy documents and ESI that contain languages 25 other than English, in whole or in part, shall be produced in the original language(s), along with all 26 machine translations of the searchable text, as well as any other existing translations. Any subsequent 27 translations in the possession of the producing party shall also be produced within seven (7) days after 28 their creation. ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER 6 Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC 1 5. Text Files. A single text file shall be provided for each document. The text file name 2 shall be the same as the Bates number of the first page of the document with the document extension 3 “.txt” suffixed. Files names shall not have any special characters or embedded spaces. Electronic text 4 must be extracted directly from the native electronic file unless the document requires redaction, is an 5 image file, or is any other native electronic file that does not contain text to extract (e.g., non-searchable 6 PDFs). In these instances, and in the case of imaged hard-copy documents, a text file shall be created 7 using OCR and shall be produced in lieu of extracted text. Extracted text shall be provided in UTF- 8 16LE or UTF-8 with Byte Order Mark format text. 9 revisions, tracked changes, speaker’s notes and text from documents with comments or tracked 10 Extracted text shall include all comments, changes, and hidden worksheets, slides, columns and rows. 11 6. OCR. OCR should be sufficient to allow searching in any standard platform. 12 7. Text Extracted from Emails. Text extracted from emails shall include all header 13 information that would be visible if the email was viewed in Outlook including: (1) the individuals to 14 whom the communication was directed (“To”), (2) the author of the email communication (“From”), 15 (3) who was copied and blind copied on such email (“CC” and “BCC”), (4) the subject line of the email 16 (“RE” or “Subject”), (5) the date and time of the email, and (6) the names of any attachments. 17 8. TIFFs. All TIFFs produced by any party in this matter will be single page Group IV 18 TIFF format, 300 dpi quality or better. Image file names will be identical to the corresponding bates 19 numbered images, with a “.tif” file extension. All images of redacted documents which contain 20 comments, deletions and revision marks (including the identity of the person making the deletion or 21 revision and the date and time thereof), speaker notes, or other user-entered data that the source 22 application can display to the user will be processed such that all that data is visible in the image. The 23 producing party will brand all TIFF images in the lower right-hand corner with its corresponding bates 24 number, using a consistent font type and size. The Bates number must not obscure any part of the 25 underlying image. 26 underlying image, the Bates number should be placed as near to that position as possible while 27 preserving the underlying image. If the placement in the lower right-hand corner will result in obscuring the 28 ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER 7 Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC 1 9. TIFFs of Redacted ESI. TIFFs of redacted ESI shall convey the same information and 2 image as the original document, including all non-redacted elements and formatting which are visible in 3 any view of the document in its native application. and each redacted area must bear a label containing 4 the reason for the redaction. 5 10. Explanation of Inability to Produce Metadata. If the producing party is unable to 6 produce metadata for a particular field or ESI document, it will provide an explanation of that inability 7 with its document production. The Parties shall then meet and confer to attempt to resolve the 8 problems. 9 11. Native File Image Placeholders. A Bates-stamped placeholder TIFF, bearing the 10 legend “This document has been produced in native format” shall be provided for ESI produced in 11 native format; these placeholders will be Bates numbered in the same way as any other TIFF, and the 12 Bates number of that single page shall be used as the BegBates and EndBates of the associated 13 document. 14 12. Audio Visual Files. Audio and video files are to be produced in the native file format in 15 which they were maintained in the ordinary course of business. Audio files in non-standard formats 16 should be produced in MP3 format. 17 13. Databases, Structured, Aggregated or Application Data. The Parties will meet and 18 confer to address the production and production format of any responsive data contained in a database 19 or other structured or aggregated data source or otherwise maintained by an application. Prior to any 20 such meet and confer, Defendant will provide sufficient information to enable the Plaintiffs to evaluate 21 the best method and format of production, including such information as the database or data store 22 name, business purpose, database or data source owner, database schema, tables, column/field 23 definitions, standard reports, export capabilities, and administrator, programmer and user manuals. If 24 the parties cannot reach agreement, the matter will be decided by the Court or its designee. 25 14. Lost, Destroyed or Irretrievable ESI. If a Party learns that responsive ESI that once 26 existed was lost, destroyed, or is no longer retrievable as a result of acts or circumstances not occurring 27 in the ordinary course of business, the Party shall comply with its obligations under the Federal Rules 28 of Civil Procedure to explain where and when the responsive ESI was last retrievable in its original ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER 8 Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC 1 format and to disclose the circumstances surrounding the change in status of that responsive ESI, 2 whether that information is available from other sources, and whether any backup or copy of such 3 original responsive ESI exists. Nothing in this paragraph is intended to expand or limit the obligations 4 under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. 5 15. Scanning of Hard-Copy Documents. In scanning paper documents, documents are to be 6 produced as they are kept in the ordinary course of business. For documents found in folders or other 7 containers with labels, tabs, or other identifying information, such labels and tabs shall be scanned 8 where practicable. Pages with Post-It notes shall be scanned both with and without the Post-it, with the 9 image of the page with the Post-it preceding the image of the page without the Post-It. The Parties will 10 use best efforts to unitize documents (i.e., distinct documents should not be merged into a single record, 11 and a single document should not be split into multiple records), and maintain document relationships, 12 i.e., attachment status. Original document orientation (i.e., portrait v. landscape) should be maintained. 13 16. Proprietary Software. To the extent that relevant ESI cannot be rendered or reviewed 14 without the use of proprietary software, the parties shall meet and confer to minimize any expense or 15 burden associated with the production of such documents in an acceptable format, including issues as 16 may arise with respect to obtaining access to any such software and operating manuals. 17 17. Redactions. Documents containing redactions (e.g., pursuant to attorney-client privilege) 18 will be produced in TIFF image format. OCR reflecting redactions will be provided in text files. When 19 a document is redacted or withheld for attorney-client privilege or work product, all metadata on a 20 family level is excluded from the metadata file (.DAT). Documents with embedded objects that are 21 redacted or withheld from production will be produced in TIFF image format. 22 18. De-duplication. A producing party may de-duplicate a production vertically (i.e., within 23 individual custodians) or horizontally (i.e., across different custodians) provided that horizontal de- 24 duplication will necessitate the inclusion of information for all other custodians for which the 25 documents have been de-duplicated in an ”Other Custodians” metadata field produced in the delimited 26 text file containing the other metadata fields as specified herein. 27 28 19. Color. Paper documents or redacted ESI that contain color necessary to decipher the meaning, context, or content of the document or ESI shall be produced as single-page, 300 DPI JPG ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER 9 Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC 1 images with JPG compression and a high quality setting as to not degrade the original image. 2 20. Encrypted or Password-Protected ESI. For any ESI that exists in encrypted format or is 3 password-protected, the producing party will provide the receiving party a means to gain access to 4 those native files (for example, by supplying passwords.) 5 21. Parent-Child Relationships. Parent-child relationships (the association between an 6 attachment and its parent document or between embedded documents and their parent) shall be 7 preserved. 8 22. Family Groups. A document and all other documents in its attachment range, emails 9 with attachments, and files with extracted embedded OLE documents all constitute family groups. If 10 any member of a family group is produced, all members of that group must also be produced or else 11 logged as privileged, and no such member shall be withheld from production as a duplicate. 12 23. Production Media. The producing party will use SFTP when appropriate for its ESI 13 production, and will cooperate in good faith to use the highest-capacity available media to minimize 14 associated overhead. Any replacement Production Media will cross-reference the original Production 15 Media, clearly identify that it is a replacement, and cross-reference the Bates Number range that is 16 being replaced. 17 24. Write Protection and Preservation. All computer media that is capable of write 18 protection should be write-protected before production. 19 I. Privilege Log. 20 Within a reasonable time after each production, but no more than forty-five (45) days after each 21 production, Defendant shall provide Plaintiffs with a log of the documents withheld or redacted for 22 privilege from that production with a log populated exclusively with the following extracted metadata 23 fields: Custodian(s), From, To, CC, BCC, Subject, File Name, File Path, Date Created, Date Last 24 Modified, Basis of Withholding/Redaction. If there is more than one redaction, each redaction shall be 25 addressed in the log with sufficient information to allow Plaintiffs to understand the basis for the 26 redactions. Forwarded emails withheld from disclosure or redacted shall be separately logged. In 27 addition to providing the requested privilege log withint a reasonablle time after Plaintiffs’ request, 28 Defendant shall provide a list of in-house and outside attorneys. ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER 10 Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC 1 2 J. General Provisions. 1. Any practice or procedure set forth herein may be varied by written agreement of the 3 Parties, where such variance is deemed appropriate to facilitate the timely and economical exchange of 4 electronic data or other covered discovery materials. 5 2. Should any Party subsequently determine in good faith that it cannot proceed as required 6 by this order or that the order requires modification, the Parties will meet and confer to resolve any 7 dispute before seeking Court intervention. 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 3. Regardless of the foregoing, the Parties retain the obligation to produce, or log for privilege, all responsive documents of which they are aware. Approved as to form and content and respectfully submitted by: DATED: January 3, 2018 /s/ Jennie Lee Anderson Jennie Lee Anderson Lori E. Andrus ANDRUS ANDERSON LLP 155 Montgomery Street, Suite 900 San Francisco, California 94104 Telephone: 415-986-1400 jennie@andrusanderson.com lori@andrusanderson.com Adam J. Levitt (pro hac vice) Mark A. DiCello (pro hac vice) John E. Tangren (pro hac vice) Daniel R. Ferri (pro hac vice) DICELLO LEVITT & CASEY LLC Ten North Dearborn Street, Eleventh Floor Chicago, Illinois 60602 Telephone: 312-214-7900 alevitt@dlcfirm.com dferri@dlcfirm.com jtangren@dlcfirm.com W. Daniel “Dee” Miles, III (pro hac vice) H. Clay Barnett, III (pro hac vice) Archie I. Grubb, II (pro hac vice) Andrew E. Brashier (pro hac vice) BEASLEY, ALLEN, CROW, METHVIN, PORTIS & MILES, P.C. 272 Commerce Street Montgomery, Alabama 36104 Telephone: 334-269-2343 Dee.Miles@Beasleyallen.com Clay.Barnett@BeasleyAllen.com Archie.Grubb@Beasleyallen.com Andrew.Brashier@Beasleyallen.com ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER 11 Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Nicholas R. Rockforte (pro hac vice to be filed) Christopher L. Coffin (pro hac vice to be filed) PENDLEY, BAUDIN & COFFIN, L.L.P. 1515 Poydras Street, Suite 1400 New Orleans, Louisiana 70112 Telephone: 504-355-0086 nrockforte@pbclawfirm.com ccoffin@pbclawfirm.com Marcus Rael (pro hac vice motion to be filed) ROBLES, RAEL & ANAYA, P.C. 500 Marquette NW, Suite 700 Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102 Telephone: 505-242-2228 marcus@roblesrael.com Anthony J. Garcia, Esq. (pro hac vice) AG LAW 742 South Village Circle Tampa, Florida 33606 Telephone: 813-259-9555 anthony@aglawinc.com Timothy J. Becker (pro hac vice) JOHNSON BECKER, PLLC 444 Cedar Street, Suite 1800 St. Paul, Minnesota 55101 Telephone: 612-436-1800 tbecker@johnsonbecker.com Ben Finley (pro hac vice motion to be filed) THE FINLEY FIRM, P.C. 200 13th Street Columbus, Georgia 31901 Telephone: 706-322-6226 bfinley@thefinleyfirm.com 22 Eric J. Haag (pro hac vice) ATTERBURY, KAMMER & HAAG, S.C. 8500 Greenway Boulevard, Suite 103 Middleton, Wisconsin 53562 Telephone: 608-821-4600 ehaag@wiscinjurylawyers.com 23 Counsel for Plaintiffs 24 /s/ Joseph J. Ybarra Joseph J. Ybarra (SBN 218130) Joseph.Ybarra@hysmlaw.com HUANG YBARRA GELBERG & MAY LLP 550 South Hope Street, Suite 1850 Los Angeles, California 90071 Telephone: 213-884-4902 20 21 25 26 27 28 ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER 12 Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC 3 Gregory R. Oxford (SBN 62333) goxford@icclawfirm.com ISAACS CLOUSE CROSE & OXFORD LLP 21515 Hawthorne Boulevard, Suite 950 Torrance, California 90503 Telephone: 310-316-1990 4 Attorneys for Defendant General Motors LLC 1 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER 13 Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC 1 2 3 ECF CERTIFICATION Pursuant to Civil L.R. 5-1(i)(3), the filing attorney attests that she has obtained concurrence regarding the filing of this document from the signatories to the document. 4 5 Date: January 3, 2018 By: 6 /s/ Jennie Lee Anderson Jennie Lee Anderson 7 8 Jennie Lee Anderson Lori E. Andrus ANDRUS ANDERSON LLP 155 Montgomery Street, Suite 900 San Francisco, California 94104 Telephone: 415-986-1400 jennie@andrusanderson.com lori@andrusanderson.com 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER 14 Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC 1 PURSUANT TO STIPULATION, SO ORDERED. 2 6 7 D RDERE OO IT IS S R NIA 5 UNIT ED 9th Jan. Dated this _____ day of ____________, 2018. S DISTRICT TE C TA RT U O H 9 10 LI RT 8 FO NO en d M. Ch e Edwar ___________________________________ Judg THE HONORABLE EDWARD M. CHEN UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE E RN A 4 S 3 F D IS T IC T O R C 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER 15 Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC ATTACHMENT A TO ESI STIPULATION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • STARTBATES – Indicates first page of a document ENDBATES – Indicates the last page of a document PARENTBATES – Indicates first page of PARENT CUSTODIANS – Individual/Source(s) assigned to the record at collection time EMAILTO EMAILFROM EMAILCC EMAILBCC EMAILSUBJECT EMAILSENTDATETIME EMAILAPPTSTARTDATETIME FILENAME FILECREATEDATETIME FILELASTMODDATETIME MD5HASH TEXTLINK NATIVELINK 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 ESI STIPULATION AND [PROPOSED] ORDER Case No. 16-cv-07244-EMC

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