While the new federal rules governing electronic discovery appear on the surface to offer parties a relatively simple means of avoiding discovery sanctions should discoverable electronic information be destroyed, the new rules, in reality, are not so simple.

A careful litigant will also review the body of law already established in the federal courts dealing with destruction of information and consider how those precedents may apply to future disputes regarding electronic discovery.

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