20131221 murtagh v. baker d pardo - preservation of evidence, deposition date requests

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Published on March 6, 2014

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SD SMITH, ESQUIRE, PLLC Attorney at Law 125 N. Main St., #500-353 Blacksburg, Virginia 24060 Phone: (540) 552-2525 Fax: (540) 526-9413 Email: sdsmith@igc.org December 21, 2013 David Pardo, Esq. 4854 Eisenhower Ave., Apt 447 Alexandria, VA 22304 Re: James Murtagh, M.D. v. Clark Baker Los Angeles Superior Court, Case No. BC527716 Dear Sir/Madam: You have been identified by Dr. Murtagh as a possible witness and/or defendant in his complaint against Mr. Clark Baker for tortious interference with and for inducement of breach of contract. Please retain and retrieve all communications you have had with Mr. Clark Baker and Dr. Murtagh including electronic communication and records. This request also includes communications you have had with other individuals or entities, including ones associated with either Mr. Baker or Dr. Murtagh, regarding either party. Be advised that California Civil Code CCP §§2023, 2031 and Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, FRCP 37 both prohibit the destruction of evidence for parties to a lawsuit. The United States Federal Code further recognizes a separate cause of action regarding destruction of evidence relevant to a lawsuit (spoliation). Deliberate destruction of evidence may result in criminal and/or civil consequences. Please provide my office with your available dates for deposition starting in January through March, 2014 to the above address or by email at sdsmithesquire@gmail.com. Thank you for your time and cooperation. ~e'7' SD Smith~~

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