Date: 2012-09-19 Master MacLeod. | Link
The parties had agreed to the forensic analysis of the defendant's hard disk without specifying what they meant by forensic analysis, or who would do the analysis. A duplicate copy of the hard drive was given to plaintiff's counsel who proceeded to search for documents. The issue of privileged documents and the process for dealing with them had not been worked out and the parties couldn't agree, so the court was asked to provide direction.