Ethics Webinar - Oso Trial: Discovery, Spoliation and the Potential for Sanctions

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Summary

Corrie Yackulic and Darrell Cochran discuss the record $1.182 million discovery sanction awarded against the State of Washington for document destruction arising out of a collusive pact between the attorney General’s office and its team of experts to delete all correspondence and draft reports they exchanged in the course of this monumental litigation.

Presenters
Darrell L. Cochran
Darrell L. Cochran is a lawyer with a background not unlike many people in Washington. He was born in Shelton, Washington, and grew up in Olympia, with parents who worked hard to make ends meet. Early in life, people recognized the inner fire that...More
Corrie J. Yackulic
Corrie Yackulic - Top rated by Martindale-Hubbell for ethics and ability (AV rating), Corrie Yackulic brings her knowledge of the law and extensive litigation experience to every case. She is noted for taking complex cases to trial, her hard work...More

Originally Published

December 14, 2016


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Oso Trial: Discovery, Spoliation and the Potential for Sanctions - Video
  • Oso Trial: Discovery, Spoliation and the Potential for Sanctions - Paper

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