Cook v. Olathe Health Sys., Inc., 2011 WL 346089 (D. Kan. Feb. 2, 2011)

Key Insight: Court denied motion for spoliation sanctions where plaintiff was unable to establish that the relevant hard drives were destroyed after the duty to preserve arose and where plaintiff was unable to establish that the in-car video at issue ever existed or was destroyed after the duty to preserve arose in light of defendants? testimony that because of a ?recorder malfunctioned? no video existed

Nature of Case: Civil claims arising from alleged mistreatment upon arrest

Electronic Data Involved: Four hard drives, officer’s in-car video

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