The legal team will demand the newspaper turn over "every internal communication it has had about the former vice presidential candidate since 2011."
Palin filed the suit against the Times in June, alleging defamation. The case concerns an opinion piece written by the paper's editorial board that directly linked the 2011 shooting of Rep. Gabby Giffords (D-Ariz.) to a political ad publicized by Palin. The ad put Democratic districts up for reelection in a logo symbolizing crosshairs.
The Giffords shooting, which happened in Tucson, Ariz., also left six others dead.
The court filing shows Palin claiming the newspaper wrongly accused her of "inciting a mass shooting at a political event in January 2011."
The former Alaska governor and 2008 vice presidential nominee, 53, also said in court papers that the paper intentionally printed information that it "knew to be false."
The editorial came one day after House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) was shot along with three others at a congressional baseball practice in Virginia.
After blowback that included PolitiFact giving the paper a "false" rating for linking Palin to the Giffords shooting, the Times issued a correction but did not delete the editorial.
Her legal team is the same as the one that represented Hulk Hogan, or Terry Bollea, against Gawker Media in a defamation suit after the publication posted a sex tape of the wrestler.
The Times says it made an “honest mistake” with the Palin editorial and is asking the court to throw out the lawsuit.