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    Posted on September 16th, 2013 by

    A theme throughout our plaintiff blog about electronic discovery is that adverse inference instructions are commonly used as sanctions for discovery abuses. But can they be used in other ways? What if it is not a sanction, but a mere jury instruction? That is the case in Mali v. Federal Insurance Company, 2013 WL 2631369 …

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