Spoliation Argument Gets Frosty Reception from Court Absent Intent [eDiscovery Alert]

Joe Tate and Nicole Gill elaborate on a Maryland court’s decision to deny a plaintiff’s motion for spoliation sanctions, finding that he did not meet his burden of demonstrating that the defendants had an “intent to deprive” him of lost data.

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