Hefter Impact Techs, LLC v. Sport Maska, Inc., No. 1:15-cv-13290-PBS (D. Mass. Aug. 3, 2017)

Key Insight: Whether deleted ESI and destroyed notebooks were relevant and, if so, whether there is sufficient evidence to find that spoliation was intentional or resulted in prejudice; whether sanction of reasonable costs is appropriate

Nature of Case: contract dispute

Electronic Data Involved: deleted e-mail, deleted electronic records, hard-copy notebooks

Keywords: spoliation, sanctions, notebook, litigation hold, bad faith, prejudice, deleted, legal hold, negligence, retention policy, backups

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