Daily Court Reporter - News ‘Spoliation of evidence” claims require proof that evidence destroyed
‘Spoliation of evidence” claims require proof that evidence destroyed
Dan Trevas, Supreme Court of Ohio
Ohio is among a small number of states that recognize civil causes of action for intentional spoliation of evidence, but the actions are limited to evidence that was physically destroyed, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled recently.
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Date Published: May 22, 2018