*3 2. Defense counsel shall formulate search parameters for the City servers and employees (Dan Dopps, Scott Jones, Lisa Rowland, Sal Mancini, Tim Snead, Jim Hemberry, Richard Ackermann, Gene Fretheim, Aaron Doyle, and Tom Clark) laptop and mainframe drives utilizing the following key words: 1) Aaron, 2) Doyle, 3) terminate, 4) lawsuit, 5) suit, 6) complain, 7) quit, 8) retaliate, 9) retaliation, 10) fraud, 11) waste, 12) abuse, 13) FMLA, 14) transfer, 15) harass, 16) discriminate, 17) discrimination, 18) Gonzalez, 19) Meinzer, 20) policy, 21) Ackerman, 22) Fretheim, 23) grievance, 24) K–9, 25) MaryKay, 26) late, 27) Garcia, 28) Darren, 29) Smith, 30) safety, and 31) concerns.
3. No later than 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 9, 2011, defense counsel shall disclose to Plaintiff's counsel the proposed search parameters for the first phase of ESI discovery.
4. No later than 5:00 p.m. on Friday, February 11, 2011, Plaintiff's counsel shall provide defense counsel with suggested modifications to the search parameters.
5. Once Plaintiff's counsel has provided the suggested modifications, Defendants' expert shall promptly run the search. The Court understands that the turn-around time will depend upon the number of retrieved documents and emails.
6. Once a reasonable search is conducted, the City's counsel may review the results for privileged, confidential, or otherwise protected information.
All data, files, and communications that are ordinarily stored on electronic media including, but not limited to, electronic mail (and attachments), word processing documents, and spread sheets shall be produced in native format, but may be produced in .pdf format if agreed upon by parties.