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The End of Sanctions?

The End of Sanctions?

Rules Changes and the De-Risking of eDiscovery

The 2015 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure have drastically reduced the risk of spoliation sanctions, creating an environment where the threat of incurring liability through the handling of traditionally risky discovery processes is significantly diminished.

  • Spoliation sanctions have declined by 35%
  • The severest sanctions are denied in 4 out of 5 cases
  • Only one in every 8,000 federal civil court cases involves motions for spoliation sanctions

The result is a ‘de-risking’ of eDiscovery, allowing practitioners to bring more of the discovery process in house, without the fear that has long accompanied eDiscovery practice. Read on to find out why.

The End of Sanctions?
The end result is a ‘de-risking’ of eDiscovery, allowing practitioners to bring more of the discovery process in house, without the fear that has long accompanied eDiscovery practice.

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