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What’s On Their Minds: Further Defining the Tort of Spoliation of Evidence. Kristin Elliott-Thomas v. David Kane Smith, et al.

“…so why didn’t you file a motion to compel or some sort of activity to bring it to the court’s attention that they were not cooperating with discovery the way they should…?”

Chief Justice O’Connor, to plaintiff’s counsel.

On January … Continue reading

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