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Don't Get Sanctioned Like These Parties!

Interpreting Recent Case Law to Ensure E-Discovery Defensibility

With e-discovery practices maturing, and more than six years removed from the last changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP), it seems some of us are ready for a refresher in the fundamentals. A few years ago, we were hearing about seeing fewer e-discovery sanctions from the bench. Fast forward to 2022, and it seems not everyone got the memo.

E-Discovery sanctions are still an important tool for judges, as ten recent cases demonstrate. This white paper from Exterro’s E-Discovery Case Law Project covers five cases where judges granted e-discovery sanction motions and five cases where one of the parties narrowly escaped sanctions.

Download this white paper to learn:

  • Case law summaries and expert analysis on 10 recent e-discovery case rulings
  • How to use FRCP 37 (e) to determine if sanctions might apply in an e-discovery case
  • Key lessons to ensure you stay on the right side of any e-discovery sanctions