In this employment case, the court sanctioned the plaintiff for destroying cell phone records and lying under oath.
In this employment case, the court chastised the recalcitrant plaintiff and his counsel for inexplicably refusing to produce relevant phone records.
Ohio recently limited the scope of its tort for intentional spoliation to deletion or alteration, not mere withholding or concealment, of evidence.
In this EEO case, the court quashed a deposition of the city’s mayor where the plaintiff failed to show his testimony was relevant or proportional.
Read the Bird v. Wells Fargo case summary on employment discrimination to see why the court ordered specific discovery after the process broke down.