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So much has been written about the duty to preserve electronic evidence that there is little room left for original scholarship. Simply stated, the duty arises when litigation is reasonably anticipated. Compliance can be shockingly expensive, yet counsel and litigants who fall short of the court’s expectations could pay a heavy price, including monetary sanctions, default judgments and adverse instructions to the jury, to name just a few.