Jackson v. Target Corp., No. 12-12190, 2013 WL 3771354 (E.D. Mich. July 28, 2013)

Key Insight: Where Defendant preserved a portion of the relevant surveillance video following Plaintiff?s fall but, upon being ordered to preserve substantially more, could not comply because the video had been automatically overwritten by that time and could not be recovered, the court declined to impose an adverse inference absent evidence of a culpable mindset

Nature of Case: Premises liability (slip and fall)

Electronic Data Involved: Surveillance video

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