In extensive arguments with Biomet, Maglio Christopher and Toale, P.A., convinced the court that Biomet’s search protocols for the MDL documents were so poor that they resulted in the production of a large number of useless and irrelevant documents.

These only served to confuse the issues and make more difficult the job of proving Biomet’s bad conduct.  Scoring a critical victory, Biomet was forced to adopt new search protocols authored by Maglio Christopher & Toale, P.A. in order to produce entire document sets from four previously unsearched employee files.

Read Order Forcing Biomet to Use New Electronic Search Protocols

Biomet Hip Litigation Timeline June 2017 – State Court Forces Biomet to Use Brand New Electronic Search Protocols To Produce Entire Document Sets From Four More Employees