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Tag Archives: Spoliation

‘Lost and irreplaceable’: Employee sanctioned over spoliation

Destruction of evidence concept

A federal court has sanctioned an employee who deleted electronically stored information, or ESI, from his former employer’s computers after receiving a litigation hold letter when he was fired for starting a competing company with several co-workers. Judge Roderick C. ...

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Judge tags dentist $140K for deleting evidence

In a court battle in which one dentist is suing another for defamation and for firing him, a circuit judge has ordered the defendant dentist to pay $140,554.65 in attorneys’ fees and costs for deleting digital records requested in discovery. ...

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