New Trial Push in Phone Headset Antitrust Case Cites Court's Handling of Deleted Emails
GN Netcom Inc. is asking for a new trial in its antitrust case against Plantronics Inc., arguing that a Delaware federal judge did not go far enough in punishing its opponent for deleting emails that provided germane evidence in the case.
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