Dell Accused of Concealing Legal Evidence by Customer

August 13, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Some of you may be aware of a lawsuit that has been running for quite a while between Dell and Advanced Internet Technologies – and just recently, the latter has accused Dell of concealing evidence related to the case in order to aid their position.

This was made known by a report published in the New York Times, in which AIT claimed that Dell have violated a federal court order to produce several documents written by executives in the company. In the filing, it’s argued that Dell must have been able to establish better high-level communications than it has made clear in the legal process so far, concerning that the problem related to the lawsuit lead to a $300 million charge against Dell.

In response to this, a Dell representative has stated that the company doesn’t agree with the assessment made by AIT and will be filing an official legal response soon enough. For those of you interested, the case is currently held in the US District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina.

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