Indiana Supreme Court Asked to Take ‘Cutting Edge’ Approach to Third-Party Spoliation Causes of Action

“Counsel, if we adopt your theory, having studied what other states are doing because it’s sort of a new area—not every state has weighed in—we’d have the most liberal interpretation of third-party spoliation in the nation,” Chief Justice Loretta H. Rush told plaintiffs counsel from the bench Monday.


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