Grabenstein v. Arrow Elecs., Inc., No. 10-cv-02348-MSK-KLM, 2012 WL 1388595 (D. Colo. Apr. 23, 2012)

Key Insight: Court declined to impose spoliation sanctions where plaintiff was unable to support her allegation that additional relevant emails existed that were not produced and where, despite a violation of the duty to preserve ?personnel or employment records? pursuant to federal law, the only copies of relevant emails that were proven to exist had been provided to plaintiff and plaintiff provided no evidence that the emails (that were not preserved in violation of federal law) were destroyed in bad faith or other than in the normal course of business

Nature of Case: Employment litigation

Electronic Data Involved: Emails

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