Enom civil subpoena policy
If you seek the identity or account information of an Enom customer in connection with a civil legal matter, you must provide Enom with a valid subpoena. Valid subpoenas are those issued by (a) any Canadian federal or provincial court; (b) any Danish court; (c) any German court; or (d) any U.S. federal court. Enom will not respond to subpoenas or analogous discovery mechanisms, issued by courts outside of the jurisdictions listed due to the inherent difficulties in validation.
Enom reserves the right to request a copy of the complaint and any supporting documentation that demonstrates how the Enom customer information is related to the pending litigation and the underlying subpoena.
Submission of subpoenas
Due to the COVID-19 situation, Enom employees have been encouraged to minimize work-related contact. Expect severe delays for physical mail.
You may serve us via email at email@example.com
Notice to customer and response time
Upon the receipt of a valid civil subpoena issued by an appropriate court, Enom may promptly notify the customer whose information is sought via email or mail. If the circumstances do not amount to an emergency, Enom may not immediately produce the customer information sought by the subpoena and may provide the customer with an opportunity, within the response time provided by Enom in the subpoena, to move to challenge the subpoena in court. Enom reserves the right to charge an administration fee to the customer by charging the customer’s Enom account.
Fees for subpoena compliance
Enom may charge the person or entity submitting the civil subpoena for costs associated with subpoena compliance. Payment must be made within thirty (30) days from the date of receipt of the Enom invoice. Checks should be made out to Enom, Inc. Enom’s subpoena compliance costs are as follows:
- Research – $75.00/hour
- Federal Express – Cost as Billed
- Copies – $.25/page
Policy regarding email or other electronic communications
Except as required by an order in accordance with 18 U.S.C. §2701 et seq. issued by a court of competent jurisdiction, Enom will not produce the content of email or other electronic communications.
Reservation of rights
Notwithstanding any of the above, Enom reserves the right to challenge the validity of any subpoena or otherwise move to quash or take such other action to secure an order from the relevant court that Enom is not required to respond to the subpoena.
Modification of policy
Enom reserves the right to modify this policy at any time in its sole discretion.