Reacting to a belated acknowledgement that a computer subject to a disclosure demand had been discarded, a New York Supreme Court justice has struck an answer filed jointly by a Roman Catholic priest and the bishop of the diocese that covers Long Island.
The ruling will severely hamper, and possibly preclude, the two clergymen and a third defendant in contesting liability in a $10 million action against them for libel and wrongful discharge.
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