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As deputy general counsel, an adjunct professor and distinguished lecturer who teaches Electronic Discovery, Digital Evidence, & Computer Forensics, one of the most common questions I get from in-house counsel and law students alike is, “How do I reduce the risk of e-discovery sanctions?” My answer is simple: It’s best to begin by collecting and preserving all potentially relevant electronically stored information (ESI) because that is how you eliminate 80 percent of the sanction risks.

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