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    Posted on April 30th, 2018 by ilsteam

    In Alicea v. Continental Casualty Company, No. 15-1941-PAD-BJM, (D. Puerto Rico, 2018), Sandra Cruz Vargas Alicea, Brian Rafael Cruz Vargas, Steven José Cruz Vargas, and Michael Ruben Cruz Vargas (collectively “Plaintiffs”) moved for spoliation sanctions against Continental Casualty Company, Bio-Medical Applications of Ponce, Inc., John Doe, Inc. and ABC Insurance Company (collectively “Defendant”) based on …

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    Posted on April 18th, 2018 by ilsteam

    Cerrato v. Nutribullet, LLC, No. 8:16-cv-3077-T-24 JSS, (M.D. Fla. Nov. 6, 2017) filed by Phyllis and German Cerrato (“Plaintiffs”) includes negligence allegations that a blender manufactured by Nutribullet, LLC and Capital Brands, LLC (“Defendants”) was defectively designed.  The complaint contains further causes of action of strict liability, and breaches of express and implied warranties which incorporates …

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    Posted on March 21st, 2018 by ilsteam

    In Warren v. Anchem Products, et al., J-M Manufacturing Company, No. 5493N 40000 (N.Y. App. Div. Jan. 18, 2018), the Supreme Court Appellate Division, New York County considered whether a lower court award of spoliation sanctions in favor of Plaintiff against Defendant J-M Manufacturing Company, Inc. (“JMM”) was an abuse of discretion. In or around …

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    Posted on March 12th, 2018 by ilsteam

    In Forman v. Henkin, No.1, (N.Y. Feb. 13, 2018), Kelly Forman (“Plaintiff”) injured herself when she fell from a horse owned by Mark Forman (“Defendant”).  Defendant wanted access to Plaintiff’s entire Facebook account, saying the photographs and written postings would be material and necessary to his defense.  Plaintiff failed to comply. Defendant moved to compel. …

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    Posted on March 7th, 2018 by ilsteam

    In Hernandez v. Tulare Correctional Center, et al., No. 1:16-cv-00413-EPG, (Dist. Court California, 2018), the Court was called upon to determine a request for sanctions based upon a spoliation claim. Albert Hernandez (“Plaintiff”) alleges that on April 21, 2015, he was pre-trial detainee at Tulare County Correctional Center (“Defendant”). Plaintiff was subjected to a search …

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