Dunn v. Mercedes Benz of Ft. Washington, Inc., No. 10-1662, 2012 WL 424984 (E.D. Pa. Feb. 10, 2012)

Key Insight: Where, for defendant?s alleged spoliation, plaintiff sought to preclude defendants from asserting a legitimate non-discriminatory reason for her termination which would result in summary judgment in her favor, the court found that defendants had likely breached their duty to preserve ESI but that plaintiff failed to establish bad faith or substantial prejudice and thus denied plaintiff?s motion

Nature of Case: Employment Litigation – Sexual harassment

Electronic Data Involved: Notes maintained on work or home computer

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