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the actual policy and communications between the cedent/insurer and reinsurer) is discoverable.
Identification of discoverable electronically stored information (ESI);
For example, he said, if a vet uses RFID to track a pet's medical records and hurts the pet after using the wrong records, then that data is probably discoverable, just as RFID data a hospital relies on to administer drugs would be discoverable when a medication error harms a patient.
Every invoice of every sale by the taxpayer, for example, is potentially discoverable in a pricing case because it is either directly relevant or may lead to the discovery of admissible evidence.
JSTOR Forum becomes the mechanism for those users and their institutions to load, manage, and make discoverable their own material alongside some of the most highly used scholarly content in the world," says Kevin Guthrie, president of ITHAKA, which operates JSTOR.
These behavioral and social science datasets become discoverable through corresponding research articles on ScienceDirect.
Under Federal Rules of Civil Procedure ("FRCP") 34, ESI is discoverable if it is "stored in any medium" from which it can be obtained "either directly or, if necessary, after translation into a reasonably usable form.
Newspaper articles were only a minor threat to individual and business reputations in the past, but with the advent of the Internet, text is archived and easily discoverable through searches on the most popular search engines.
Records from a company's business conducted through alternative channels like social media, using company-supplied computers or hand-held devices, are discoverable evidence.
The scroll text is also discoverable via web search.
The agreement, financial details of which were not available, is expected to facilitate cooperation between Eniro and Google in the Scandinavian market, thus enabling new opportunities for all Swedish, Norwegian and Danish companies that want to become more discoverable on the Internet.

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