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Making E-Discovery Work for You in Employment Claims
I know what you're thinking: Not another article about e-discovery requirements. Much ink has been spilled about the potential penalties when organizations and their counsel fail to take affirmative steps to preserve electronic evidence. Indeed, the focus on penalties is justified, since sanctions for spoliation of electronic records can include adverse inference jury instructions; monetary sanctions; suppression of evidence; contempt; and the striking of claims or defenses.