Mission Information Resources, Inc. v. Hult, 2013 WL 3776442 (D.N.H. July 17, 2013)

Mission Information Resources, Inc. v. Hult, 2013 WL 3776442 (D.N.H. July 17, 2013) (1st Cir.)

Defendant’s argument for dismissal may “depend on an erroneously stringent view of federal pleading requirements (e.g., that, at the pleading stage, MIR needs to ‘identify [the] files, programs, folders and systems’ that Hult allegedly deleted from his MIR-issued laptop in order to state claims based on that conduct.”

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