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The “State” of Sanctions One Year after Amendment of the Federal Rules

Recorded on: Dec. 7, 2016
Running Time: 01:07:26

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Taken from the briefing The “State” of Sanctions One Year after Amendment of the Federal Rules recorded November, 2016 in New York.

The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were amended December 1, 2015 to address, among other things, preservation and “loss” of electronically stored information (ESI). However, the amendments left standing pre-existing case law governing sanctions for the loss of physical things.

Lecture Topics  [01:07:26]

Listen to Tami Lyn Azorsky and Ronald J. Hedges of Dentons US LLP as they address:

  • The structure of amended Rule 37(e) and unresolved questions about it;
  • Standards governing the loss of other than ESI; and
  • Other sources of authority for the imposition of sanctions, including the inherent power of judges.

Presentation Material

  • Amended Rule 37(e): Courts Begin to Shape New Analysis, But Expected ‘Uniform Standard’ Remains Elusive
    Tami Lyn Azorsky, Ronald J. Hedges
  • Applying Amended Rule 37(e)
    Tami Lyn Azorsky, Ronald J. Hedges
  • Spoliation: New Law, New Dangers
    Tami Lyn Azorsky, Ronald J. Hedges
  • The “State” of Sanctions One Year After Amendment of The Federal Rules
    Tami Lyn Azorsky, Ronald J. Hedges
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Tami L Azorsky ~ Dentons US LLP
Ronald J Hedges ~ Dentons US LLP
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