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http://nycourts.law.com/CourtDocumentViewer.asp?view=Document&docID=47231 Judge Pardes PLAINTIFF LEXIS-NEXIS sued defendant law firm for payment for computerized research services. The law firm sought an order compelling Lexis’s response to the firm’s demand for a bill of particulars, arguing that the company failed to answer requests for customers’ identities. Claiming that the information sought constituted “confidential” “trade secrets” irrelevant to its action, Lexis-Nexis sought a protective order, asserting that as a national corporation with “hundreds of thousand of customers” the law firm’s demands were overly burdensome. Citing Northway Engineering Inc. v. Felex Industries Inc., the court ruled that the unanswered demands are irrelevant to the plaintiff’s complaint and thus are not properly demands to amplify or supplement the complaint. Citing Editel, New York v. Liberty Studios, the court found that the law firm’s demands relating to “each and every” Lexis-Nexis customer, without limitation as to date, were overly broad, vague and burdensome.

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