Christou v. Beatport LLC, No. 10-cv-02912-RBJ-KMT, 2013 WL 248058 (D. Colo. Jan. 23, 2013)

Key Insight: Where a defendant negligently ?lost? his cellular phone and thus the text messages on it despite a duty to preserve, the court ordered that plaintiffs would be permitted to introduce evidence at trial of defendants? failure to preserve and to argue whatever inference they hoped the jury would draw, but defendants would be allowed to present an explanation and argue that no adverse inference should be drawn

Nature of Case: Antitrust and related claims; theft of trade secrets; intentional interference with a prospective business

Electronic Data Involved: Text messages

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