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Most larger companies are increasingly aware of the many problems that can be associated with the production of e-discovery in litigation. Among other things is the potential of spoliation sanctions against a company if electronic documents have been destroyed when the circumstances dictated that they should have been properly preserved due to anticipated litigation. Further still, general counsel may not consider their obligation to ensure the preservation of electronic documents maintained by third parties beyond their direct control.

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