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    Posted on July 24th, 2017 by ilsteam

    In Kohan v. Nehmadi, Docket No. 104259/11, Supreme Court, New York County, June 6, 2017, a New York state lower court considered Plaintiff’s motion for spoliation sanctions after Defendant claimed that it irretrievably lost hard copy documents in Hurricane Sandy, and that it separately lost data on a hard drive containing electronic data due to …

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    Posted on July 3rd, 2017 by ilsteam

    In Legacy Data Access, LLC v. Mediquant, Inc., Case No. 17-00069 (W.D. N.C., May 22, 2017), Plaintiff sued Defendant in the Western District of North Carolina for various business torts after Defendant allegedly poached several of Plaintiff’s former employees.  In January 2017, Plaintiff served a subpoena upon one of its former employees, William Rowland, a …

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    Posted on June 14th, 2017 by

    In First American Bankcard, Inc. v. Smart Business Technology, Inc., et. al., Case No. 15-638 (E.D. La., May 24, 2017), Plaintiff sued Defendants for damages it allegedly incurred as a result of “deficient and defective” software designed, manufactured and hosted by Defendants. Plaintiff used the software to process cash advances and check cashing at casinos. …

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    Posted on April 7th, 2017 by

    In Ensing v. Ensing, et. al., Case No. 12591 (Del. Court of Chancery, Mar. 6, 2017), Plaintiff and Defendant Ensing were at one time married, and at the time, they owned together an Italian vineyard with a winery and hotel on the property operated through two Delaware limited liability companies. Plaintiff was a member of …

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    Posted on April 5th, 2017 by

    In Simons v. Petrarch LLC et. al., Case No. 158843/2013 (2017 NY Slip Op 30457, Supreme Court of NY, New York County, Mar. 8, 2017), Plaintiff sued her former employer and its owner for alleged incidents during her employment of sexual harassment, retaliation and civil battery. Defendant Petrarch LLC (“Petrarch”) employed Plaintiff from 2008 until …

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