Two cases, in the areas of spoliation sanctions and discovery on discovery, reveal that although the amended rules have not officially been adopted, judges are applying the concepts of the amended rules to current matters. Another case underscores that the new rules may further encourage the use of 
Federal Rule of Evidence 502(d) agreements to protect against privilege waiver.

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