A panel of state and federal judges has voiced concern about the differing standards for the pre-litigation preservation of electronic records by state and federal judges sitting within the 2nd Circuit.
A limited number of federal trial courts favor hard-and-fast rules that mandate sanctions for the failure to preserve electronic documents, according to the report issued by the New York State-Federal Judicial Council.[FOOTNOTE 1]
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