In this opinion, the appellate court soundly rejected the defendant’s arguments, affirming a daily $4,000 sanction for the defendant’s willful refusal to comply with discovery.
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In this illegal discrimination case, defendant Genpact avoids sanctions by issuing proper litigation holds and guiding custodians through ESI search.
In Vir2us, Inc. v. Invincea, Inc., discovery violations and failing to comply with Federal Rules of Civil Procedure cost the defendant and its lead counsel.
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Ninth Circuit affirms district court’s grant of default judgment as sanctions for intentional deletion of data after explicit preservation order.