Standing Committee OKs Federal Discovery Amendments

If ultimately approved by Congress, courts will be able to address failures to preserve ESI.

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If ultimately approved by Congress, courts will be able to address failures to preserve ESI.

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  • Howard Jacobson

    The link to The Report of the Rules Committee (under More Reading) is broken.

  • Parker Pearson, Donoma Software

    Understanding what needs to be retained, and ensuring that all reasonable efforts are taken to do so seems reasonable. Sometimes clarifications may have been needed, but will it address the elephant in the room? Namely that many resist retention because they are afraid of what will be found.

    Yet archiving and search tools like we create at Donoma Software make it possible for organizations to make archiving very straightforward and reduce discovery costs.

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