In Stagger v. Experian Info. Sol., Inc., Illinois Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Cole granted the plaintiff’s motion to compel the defendant to respond to two document requests, finding that the defendant needed to re-produce an unredacted version of a report that it previously produced as redacted (despite claiming it was unredacted) and also finding that the defendant’s claims of privilege on documents was waived and in bad faith because those documents had not even been reviewed yet for relevancy.

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