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Discovery Obligations Apply to Plaintiffs Too

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Daniel Garrie and Yoav Griver write: 'Matthew Enterprises v. Chrsyler' offers insight into how a plaintiff that neglects its preservation obligations, which would be readily "attainable" if given due consideration, can face serious sanctions and possible termination of their case.

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