Am. Serv. Mktg., Corp. v. Bushnell, 2009 WL 1870887 (E.D. La. June 25, 2009)

Key Insight: Where plaintiff alleged defendant violated the preliminary injunction by deleting files he was directed to preserve and return to plaintiff, including using wiping software to delete files hours before producing his computer for inspection, court denied plaintiff?s motion for contempt finding that ?without some other indication that [defendant] deliberately deleted files referenced in the preliminary injunction,? plaintiff failed to present the ?clear and convincing evidence? required to warrant a finding of contempt

Nature of Case: Federal trademark and state law breach of contract claims

Electronic Data Involved: ESI

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