In this antitrust case, the magistrate recommends monetary sanctions against Presbyterian Healthcare Services for negligence in preserving ESI.
The defendant’s reckless behavior convinced the court to deny the request to return privileged documents it mistakenly produced.
Relying on the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and its inherent authority, a court imposed default judgment for data destruction in OmniGen v. Wang.
In this employment discrimination case, see why the judge shifted discovery costs to the plaintiff's counsel for not consulting with his client.
See why the court sided with CrossFit when the defendant NSCA withheld evidence in bad faith and did not accept responsibility for misconduct.
In this proposed class action, the court granted a motion compelling the defendant to produce e-discovery data to define the class of potential plaintiffs.