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|1||Show/Hide More||Oliver v. Stimson Lumber Co.--"The Montana Spoliation Case"|
Plaintiff brings suit for “spoilation of evidence” in a state which has not yet recognized spoliation of evidence as an independent tort claim.
Rather than invoking res ipsa loquitur, should courts turn to spoliation torts as a means of forcing knowledgeable parties to divulge information critical to plaintiff’s original lawsuit?
May 21, 2013
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