In an employment case, appointed by the court to review over 1,200 documents contained in an electronic data base, identifying documents containing privileged matters.
In an entertainment royalties case, appointed for all purposes to determine discovery disputes involving claims of trade secrets, privilege, scope of data base searches, and privacy.
In an employment case, appointed for all purposes to determine discovery motions and set appropriate boundaries for discovery of multiple entities involved in the ownership and operation of the defendant employer.
In an employment case, appointed to preside over contentious depositions and rule on privilege and privacy claims.
As a Superior Court Judge in an Individual Calendar Court, Judge Johnson heard hundreds of discovery motions and disputes concerning all manner of discovery issues. Each was addressed in a detailed written ruling.
As a Superior Court Judge in an Individual Calendar Court, Judge Johnson participated in informal telephone conferences that addressed immediate issues, such as disputes during depositions or property inspections, or that attempted to resolve or narrow discovery disputes before a motion was filed.
Judge Johnson has experience with, and has completed training in, discovery of electronically stored information (ESI discovery).