The Gadget Post
Apple and Samsung aren’t scheduled to go to trial in Apple’s infringement case until July at the earliest, but the company’s legal teams continue to trade blows. In a recent filing, Cupertino’s attorneys accused Samsung of allowing large amounts of evidence to be destroyed in what it describes as a pattern Samsung has followed across several different lawsuits. The motion itself is heavily redacted, but in what we can read Apple cites prior cases from 2010 and 2011 where Samsung was sanctioned for continuing its policy of deleting emails every two weeks — even though it had an obligation to preserve them.
The loss of “unknown volumes” of evidence
According to Cupertino, Samsung’s actions have resulted in the “irretrievable loss of…