In this dispute, the court dismissed the case and ordered the plaintiff to pay all costs for its intentional fabrication and spoliation of evidence.
In this contract claim, the court imposed the rare sanction of dismissal for the plaintiffs’ intentional spoliation and alteration of evidence.
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The Second Circuit affirmed a $2.7 million sanction in a case worth $25,000 due to one party’s persistent discovery misconduct and willful spoliation.
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.