Scenario: A large company finds itself defending against a contentious employment discrimination lawsuit. During discovery, the company’s document production includes electronically stored information. Plaintiff alleges a gap in the ESI produced by the company and asserts that it resulted from the company’s failure to implement an adequate litigation hold. Accordingly, plaintiff makes a motion seeking spoliation sanctions.

DEFENDING AGAINST SPOLIATION

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