Court imposed sanctions against a defendant whose senior executive intentionally deleted thousands of e-mails to prevent the plaintiff from discovering them.
A plaintiff “willfully [ran] a computer program that she knew [...] would destroy at least some data,” the court refused to dismiss the case.
The Second Circuit, citing its deferential standard of review for arbitration awards, reinstated Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for ball tampering.
The court rejects a request for spoliation sanctions where the requesting party did not prove that the allegedly spoliating party acted in bad faith.
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In Bruner v. Am. Honda Motor Co., the court granted the plaintiffs’ motion and ordered the defendant to implement a legal hold.