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You have probably heard the news. Changes are in the works for the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure that govern the discovery process. To date, most of the discussion on the proposed amendments has focused on the revised standard of culpability required to impose sanctions for failures to preserve relevant information under the draft amendment to Rule 37(e). While such attention is understandable given the far-reaching impact that such changes could have on organizations’ defensible deletion efforts, there are actually several other proposed amendments worth taking note of.

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