In a short letter opinion, Chancellor Chandler ruled on a Rule 26(e) motion for protective order regarding a deponent who lived in Denver, Colorado. The parties wanted him deposed in either New York or Wilmington. The court ruled that the inconvenience of counsel, and incurring expenses, are part of the litigation process and not determinative. Rather, the court ruled that by having the deposition in Denver, all counsel would be equally inconvenienced and would all incur travel expenses, and neither party would obtain an unfair advantage. The case is FMAC Loan Revocable Trust 1997 v. Ostrie, download pdf file.