Archive: October 20, 2005

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Court Finds Failure to Preserve and Produce Material from Third Party Electronic Database Improper Grounds for Dismissal

Court Finds Failure to Preserve and Produce Material from Third Party Electronic Database Improper Grounds for Dismissal

Procter & Gamble Co. v. Haugen, 427 F.3d 727 (10th Cir. 2005)

In 1995, the Proctor & Gamble Company and the Procter & Gamble Distributing Company (collectively “P&G”) sued Randy Haugen (“Haugen”) (an Amway Corporation distributor) and others under the Lanham Act and Utah common law. P&G alleged that Haugen had associated P&G with the Church of Satan via a voice mail message distributed to other Amway distributors, causing P&G to lose business. Read More

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