Law360 (May 28, 2020, 5:40 PM EDT) -- On April 16, a judge in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California determined that defendants in a trade secret lawsuit engaged in intentional, bad faith spoliation, and ordered the harshest of remedies — default judgment and attorney fees.
In WeRide Corp. v. Kun Huang, the defendant company admitted to spoliation caused by its failure to turn off the auto-delete function on company email servers and its destruction of several relevant email accounts. The plaintiff sought dismissal, and the court held that terminating sanctions were justified due to the "staggering" amount of spoliation, the degree of prejudice to plaintiff,...
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