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District Court Finds Documents Related to Litigation Funding Protected by Work Product Doctrine

Posted in Intellectual Property Litigation, IP, Patent Law

In Impact Engine, Inc. v. Google LLC, 3-19-cv-01301 (SDCA 2020-10-20, Order) (Cathy Ann Bencivengo), the District Court for the Southern District of California recently considered whether litigation funding documents could be withheld from production by plaintiff Impact Engine because the documents were work product protected.  In the case, defendant Google had propounded a request on… Continue Reading