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October 21, 2011

Fiterman Sees Fed Circuit's Decision as a Guide to Avoiding Spoliation Sanctions

In an article she co-authored for DRI, Amy Fiterman explains how the Federal Circuit addressed a split between the district courts of Delaware and California in two patent infringement cases involving Rambus, a technology licensing company. The Federal Circuit's decision, the article shows, determined the appropriate standard for spoliation sanctions in those cases; moreover, the factual evidence presented in the opinion serves as a guide to other parties seeking to prevent their litigation opponent from drawing first blood through spoliation sanctions. Read more.

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