Court concludes that ‘egregious’ spoliation warrants ‘harshest sanction available’
In this computer hacking case, the court concluded that one defendant blatantly and intentionally spoliated critical evidence.
Litigant’s attempt to ‘take advantage of’ evidence it spoliated proves its bad faith
Decker v. Target Corp. In this personal injury claim, the court granted harsh sanctions for the defendant’s bad faith spoliation of evidence.This case began with…
Defendant’s failure to produce discovery ‘no one’s fault but its own’
The court precluded the defendant’s non-disclosed evidence, granting summary judgment for the plaintiff, as the failure to disclose was in bad faith.