City Education Department Sanctioned Over Missing Video

, New York Law Journal

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The jury in a lawsuit filed by the mother of a student who was assaulted while leaving school for a field trip will be given an adverse instruction about the missing video from a surveillance camera outside the school.

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Originally appeared in print as City Education Dept. Sanctioned for Failure to Preserve Tape

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  • At least there was an adverse jury instruction. What will give it real teeth and act as a warning to organizations to get serious about archiving electronic records, is what the jury decides and any any financial awards. It should have been obvious that this video record should be put on Legal Hold. The fact that it was mismanaged seems appalling.

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