Finding an attorney’s destruction of email evidence was “planned, repeated and comprehensive,” a Southern District judge has sanctioned the lawyer by awarding judgment to his adversary.

Greg V. Wood, who has worked as a structured finance and derivatives attorney, founded a business that helped financial institutions meet regulatory requirements. When he and his business were sued for copyright infringement, emails that he was asked to produce in discovery were destroyed.

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