Ticketmaster Says Withheld Docs An Error In Antitrust Row
Law360, New York (October 3, 2017, 5:12 PM EDT) -- Live Nation and Ticketmaster asked a California federal judge on Tuesday not to sanction them for failing to produce nearly 4,000 documents during initial discovery in Songkick's suit alleging the companies have a monopoly on ticket sales, saying the human error was an unintentional oversight and reflects a minuscule fraction of the documents it produced without a hitch.
Of 770,000 documents reviewed for duplication, Live Nation and Ticketmaster said their "costly" electronic discovery program and then the review team overseeing the production of evidence labeled just a few thousand as not responsive — an error rate of just 0.22 percent.
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