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Trial Judge Acts Over Hacking of Plaintiffs' Emails In Media Dispute

A New York trial court judge struck a defendant's answer in a media-based breach of fiduciary duty and unfair competition suit, after finding that 2,000 emails, including attorney-client privileged information possessed by the plaintiffs, had been hacked and stolen.

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A New York trial court judge struck a defendant’s answer in a media-based breach of fiduciary duty and unfair competition suit, after finding that 2,000 emails, including attorney-client privileged information possessed by the plaintiffs, had been hacked and stolen. Iris Media Works v. Vasisht, 652143/14.

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