FCA Qui Tam Relator Sanctioned for Destroying Evidence on Company-Issued Laptop

This post was written by Andrew Bernasconi and Nathan Fennessy.

In yet another reminder about the importance of maintaining evidence on company-issued laptops, blackberries, or other electronic devices; the United States District Court for the Northern District of California recently sanctioned a qui tam relator for destroying more than 10,000 documents on his company-issued laptop. Moore v. Gilead Sciences, Inc., No. C 07-03850 SI, 2012 WL 669531 (N.D. Cal. Feb. 29, 2012).

To read the full post on Reed Smith's Global Regulatory Enforcement Law Blog, click here.
 

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