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All’s “Well” for Halliburton: No Sanctions Result from BP’s Spoliation Claims

United States District Judge Carl Barbier recently affirmed Magistrate Judge Sally Shushan’s denial of BP’s motion for spoliation sanctions against Halliburton Energy Services, Inc. BP alleged that Halliburton “intentionally destroyed evidence” and “violated the Court’s orders regarding the production of documents.” For

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E-Discovery Abuses Result in Permissive Adverse Inference Instruction

At 3:40 on the morning of April 3, 2003, Tamara Greene, an exotic dancer, was shot multiple times and killed while sitting in a car at the intersection of Roselawn and West Outer Drive in Detroit. According to the complaint filed

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