Published: March 31st, 2020
In this article Nancie Marzulla explores the case between Mingo Logan and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in which the Corps issued a wetland permit to Mingo Logan to discharge fill material. After producing initial disclosures, the Government argued against the second document request, but the Court rejected the Government’s arguments, concluding that Mingo Logan’s document requests were relevant. Marzulla emphasizes that, in this case, relevancy is construed far more broadly during discovery.
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