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    Posted on January 18th, 2013 by

    The plaintiffs in the potential multidistrict litigation In Re New England Compounding Pharmacy Cases secured a key win early on: the judge ordered preservation orders for tangible and electronic evidence held by defendants. The case stems from an incident last Fall when the defendant, New England Compounding, recalled three lots of methylprednisolone acetate that have been …

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    Posted on January 2nd, 2013 by

    Our last blog laid out the specific facts and timeline of Bozic v. City of Washington, Pennsylvania (2012 WL 6050610)(W.D.Pa. Dec. 5, 2012). In this case, plaintiff alleged the city as defendant engaged in electronic discovery spoliation when the City Solicitor destroyed a tape recording of a meeting that was central to the case. The …

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    Posted on December 31st, 2012 by

    In Bozic v. City of Washington, Pennsylvania (2012 WL 6050610)(W.D.Pa. Dec. 5, 2012) the plaintiff was a female firefighter and the defendant was the employer-city. Plaintiff had previously filed an EEOC charge against the city, and she was later hired. A few months later, the defendant claimed the plaintiff was not living within the city …

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    Posted on December 26th, 2012 by

    Computer Forensics Expert Uncovers Defense Spoliation In the modern realm of electronic discovery, the impulse to obfuscate and destroy evidence is often a tempting one, particularly to individual witnesses who sometimes operate under the false belief that they can conceal their tracks by use of data purging or encryption software. But as the District Court …

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    Posted on December 14th, 2012 by

    In AllianceBernstein L.P. v. Atha, (2012 NY Slip Op 07766)(Nov. 15, 2012), plaintiff was an investment firm alleging breach of contract and misappropriation of confidential information by the defendant, a former employee. As part of the suit, plaintiff secured a temporary restraining order (TRO) preventing defendant from retaining or using any of its confidential information. …

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