Love v. City of Chicago (N.D. Ill., 2017)

Key Insight: Applying the former version of Rule 37(e), because the current version is not retroactive, there is no duty to preserve regularly overwritten business audio recordings absent notice to do so.

Nature of Case: Many, including unlawful arrest

Electronic Data Involved: telephone recordings and video and audio

Keywords: duty to preserve, spoliation sanctions,

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