‘Genuine Lack of Understanding’ or Bad Faith? Appeals Court Affirms Default Judgment as Discovery Sanction

“We disagree with Pine Hill that a trial court abuses its discretion if it imposes a default judgment as a discovery sanction when the opposing party has not been prejudiced by the delay,” the Virginia Court of Appeals said, affirming a lower court’s order.


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