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Knowing When to Hold ‘Em: Considerations for Getting the Preservation Obligation Right in Employment Discrimination Claims

Growing up, my dad was a huge country music fan. I refused to appreciate this style of music for no other reason than it was what my parents liked. But one song I vividly remember was the Gambler by Kenny Rogers. The refrain from that song always plays in my mind when it it comes … Continue Reading

The Importance of Timely Preserving Email in Employment Discrimination: Part II

Part I of this post discussed the background of a party’s obligation to preserve email information in response to an employment litigation claim and when that obligation may arise. As explained in Part I, this discussion took place in the context of an employment discrimination claim against a prominent Detroit law firm Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn and … Continue Reading

The Importance of Timely Preserving Email in Employment Discrimination: Part I

A prominent Detroit law firm, Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn, was recently sued by a former executive assistant after she was discharged following an on-the-job injury and related employment discrimination claims. For any employer, dealing with such a garden variety employment discrimination claim has risks and costs. But the suit against Honigman also provides a … Continue Reading
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