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No Spoliation Inference From Missing Videotapes (access required)

In this lawsuit filed by three former therapists at Marion Youth Center who allege race and gender discrimination and violations of the federal False Claims Act by submission of false claims to the Virginia Medicaid Program, the Abingdon U.S. District Court magistrate judge refuses to allow an “adverse spoliation inference” against defendants for their failure ...

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