A New Jersey judge has found no spoliation of e-mail evidence in a business dispute, despite the destruction or disappearance of two laptops, a computer server hard drive and back-up tapes.

The Jan. 30 decision, in DeSantis v. Biehler, C-196-01, appears to be one of the first decisions under new electronic discovery rules that took effect last Sept. 1.

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