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Spoilage Meets Spoliation: Duty to Preserve Perishable Goods in Litigation

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Imagine a room full of crates of 16-month-old Greek yogurt. Now imagine that you are a retailer sued over the contents of that yogurt some months ago. What should you do with the yogurt? Is there a duty to keep it indefinitely, or can it be disposed of in good faith without risking spoliation sanctions?

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