McDaniel v. Loyola Univ. Med. Center, No. 13-cv-06500, 2014 WL 1775685 (N.D. Ill. May 5, 2014)

Key Insight: Finding that plaintiff failed to demonstrate that defendants would destroy discoverable information or that plaintiff would suffer irreparable harm without a preservation order, court denied motion for preservation order as superfluous and needlessly burdensome where defendants were fully apprised of the scope and gravity of their preservation duties and the consequences of breaching them

Nature of Case: Employment discrimination, breach of contract

Electronic Data Involved: Electronic data and e-mail

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