The Electronic Discovery Law Blog posts about a decision this month from the Southern District of New York which refused to shift the cost of restoring emails that should have been preserved from the outset of the litigation. The case involves an analysis of the Zubulake factors, as well as discussion about the parameters of search terms requested. Here is the link to a copy of the full decision and insightful case commentary:
Party Not Entitled to Shift Costs of Restoring Emails that were Converted to Inaccessible Format After Duty to Preserve was Triggered : Electronic Discovery Law