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Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 37(c)(1) provides that a court may sanction a party that fails to comply with the disclosure requirements of Rule 26(a) or fails to supplement its disclosures as required by Rule 26(e). If the failure to disclose or supplement is not substantially justified or harmless, the court may impose sanctions that include preclusion of undisclosed evidence and fee-shifting.
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