Hobart Corporation et al v. The Dayton Power and Light Company et al
DECISION AND ENTRY SETTING FORTH RULINGS FOLLOWING IN CAMERA REVIEW OF VARIOUS DISCOVERY DOCUMENTS- Having reviewed Kelsey-Hayes' response to the interrogatory, the Court finds no reason why the information sought by DP&L should not be provided. It is relevant to the equitable allocation of response costs, and is not protected by the attorney-client privilege, the work product doctrine or any other applicable privilege. Accordingly, Kelsey-Hayes shall serve its Response to Interrogatory on DP&L. Signed by Judge Walter H. Rice on 8/24/17. (kma)
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