Law360, Washington (April 29, 2016, 8:32 PM EDT) -- A law firm in a breach-of-contract suit against a company that allows users to book seats on private jets asked a Florida federal judge Thursday to impose “the harshest of sanctions” against Blackjet Technology Inc. for allegedly withholding discovery documents until near the eve of trial.
In a motion for sanctions up to and including a finding of default judgment in its favor, Murphy & King PC said Blackjet’s court-ordered release of 535 pages of documents on Wednesday proved the company had been acting in bad faith for nearly two years, when it should have first made the disclosure. The disclosure...
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