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*Crews v. Avco Corp., 2015 WL 1541179 (Wash. Ct. App. Apr. 6, 2015). *
In this wrongful death action, the plaintiffs sought discovery concerning
the design and manufacture of a carburetor that was believed to be the
cause of a plane crash, along with communications which would indicate the
defendant’s knowledge of any malfunctions or defects prior to the crash.
The trial court held the defendant in contempt for failing to comply with
an order to compel such information. The defendant argued that certain
types of documents were “retained only for fixed periods of time”, pursuant
to its document retention policy, and further alleged that similar
documents provided by another defendant were “beyond the various retention
records” of that retention policy.

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