Atiles v. Golub Corp., No. 521828 (State of New York Supreme Court, 2016)

Key Insight: If a party cannot show that destruction of video footage was intentional, then sanctions can be awarded unless it can be shown that the destroyed evidence would be relevant.

Nature of Case: grocery store slip and fall

Electronic Data Involved: surveillance camera footage

Keywords: video surveillance, spoliation, intentional destruction of evidence

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