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May 25th, 2018

Georgia Supreme Court Clarifies “Reasonably Foreseeable” Test for Duty to Preserve Evidence

May 23rd, 2018

Court Determines Timeliness of Defendant’s Spoliation Sanctions Motion

May 21st, 2018

Court in Pharmaceuticals Products Liability Case Grants in Part Plaintiff’s Motion to Compel Based on Relevancy

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    Posted on May 4th, 2018 by ilsteam

    In O’Toole v. Acosta, No. 14-cv-2467, (N.D. Illinois, 2018), Plaintiff Thomas O’Toole sued his former employer, the Department of Labor (“DOL”), for alleged spoliation of evidence under the Federal Tort Claims Act (“FTCA”). Defendant moved for summary judgment. Plaintiff worked for DOL’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (“BLS”) as a statistician from February 2012 to August …

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    Posted on April 11th, 2018 by ilsteam

    In Lee v. Trees, Inc., No.  3:15-cv-0165-AC, (Dist. Ct. D. Oregon, 2017) the Court considered a motion requesting sanctions against a party accused of fabricating evidence in a sexual harassment case. Plaintiff Sarah Lee (“Lee”) was working as a flagger for employer and Defendant Trees, Inc. (“Trees”), a logging company, when, in May 2013, she …

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    Posted on February 7th, 2018 by ilsteam

    Kellgren v. Petco Animal Supplies, Inc., No. 3:13-cv-644L-KSC, (S.D. Cal. March 10, 2017) is a collective litigation in which plaintiffs Erik Kellgren (“Kellgren”) and others employed as Assistant Managers in Defendants’ stores claim to have been misclassified as “exempt” from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”). The central issues in the case relate …

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    Posted on January 19th, 2018 by ilsteam

    In Nunnally v. Dist. of Columbia, 243 F. Supp. 3d 55 (D.C. 2017), the Court granted in part and denied in part Plaintiff’s motion for sanctions due to spoliation of evidence by Defendant. In 2004, Ronda Nunnally (“Nunnally”), a Lieutenant in the District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department (“MPD”), filed a complaint with MPD alleging sexual …

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