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Forensic case law:

  • Krumwiede v. Brighton Associates, LLC, 2006 WL 1308629 (N.D. Ill. May 8, 2006) --- Default Judgement granted for deleting, altering and accessing electronic data despite litigation hold. Plaintiff deleted file with a combination of "deliberate movement of file data, admitted deletion activities, multiple use of defrag, use of ZIP file to conceal or transport [the defendants'] data, [and use of] multiple USB devices [to] intend to destroy evidence." Summary judgement against plaintiff for interferring with the discovery process.