A federal court recently granted Pastore & Dailey LLC’s Motion for Sanctions against a Billion Dollar PE Portfolio corporation based on the destruction of evidence one month after the suit began. The District Court found that the allegedly unrecoverable relevant evidence had been improperly destroyed, calling the corporation’s failure to preserve this evidence “not ideal” and “negligent.” P&D won for its clients the costs and attorney’s fees associated with this destruction of evidence and related court proceedings.
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