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Downside of Destroying Documents

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A very significant downside. You can – courts have dismissed cases or granted judgments against parties for spoliation of evidence it’s called. If you end up destroying files, it can either result in you losing defenses or losing claims or having inference drawn against you if you can’t produce evidence that it’s expected that you have.

Minneapolis commercial litigation and professional liability attorney Barry O’Neil discusses what you can do if accidentally destroying documents after being served for court.

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