In this highly publicized case alleging trade secret misappropriation, the court held that Uber spoliated relevant ESI that it should have preserved.
In this motion, the parties disputed several e-discovery issues, with the court balancing the burden of individual searches against the parties’ expected payoff and justifications.
In this illegal discrimination case, defendant Genpact avoids sanctions by issuing proper litigation holds and guiding custodians through ESI search.
In People v. Miller, the Colorado Supreme Court fined and publicly censured attorney Randall Miller for failing to promptly disclose deleted emails.
In a breach of contract matter, the court refused to impose severe spoliation sanctions under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 37 where a party requesting…