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The Spoliation Cause of Action: A Vampire in the Court System

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Joseph S. Bavaro and Daniel Justus Solinsky write that despite the Court of Appeals seemingly driving a stake through the heart of the spoliation cause of action in 'Ortega v. City of New York,' like any good movie monster, somehow it appears to have mutated and survived, as a common law claim of tortious interference by an employer with an employee's cause of action against a third party.

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