Wisk Denied Motion To Sanction Archer

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A judge has denied Wisk Aero’s motion to sanction Archer Aviation for alleged intentional destruction of evidence after an employee deleted data claimed to be related to an intellectual property lawsuit. The employee, Scott Furman, is Archer’s chief avionics architect and was previously Wisk’s chief...

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