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The American judicial system is grounded on the belief that adverse parties should share documents and other information prior to trial. In support of that proposition, each has a duty to identify, locate and preserve information and other evidence that is relevant to a litigation. The purpose is to avoid the intentional or inadvertent destruction (“spoliation”) of relevant evidence that might be used as part of the legal proceeding, such as at trial.

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