Johnson v. BAE Sys., Inc., —F. Supp. 3d—, No. 11-cv-02172 (RLW), 2015 WL 3397036 (D.D.C. May 27, 2015)

Key Insight: Where Plaintiffs bad discovery behaviors included hiring a computer technician to work on her computer before producing it for inspection, including using C Cleaner to delete files; deleting several .pst files; and producing a seemingly incomplete set of documents from Facebook, the court called it ?an exceedingly close case? but, because of the lack of meaningful prejudice, declined to impose terminating sanctions and ordered an adverse inference and other evidentiary sanctions and that Defendants were entitled to recoup their fees related to the sanctions motion

Nature of Case: Claims arising from alleged sexual harassment on the job

Electronic Data Involved: ESI, email, Facebook (social network)

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