Citing its Inherent Authority to Sanction, Court Grants Motion for Sanctions Against Non-Party : E-Discovery Law Review

Citing its Inherent Authority to Sanction, Court Grants Motion for Sanctions Against Non-Party : E-Discovery Law Review.

This case summary discusses an extreme scenario where a non-party was sanctioned for discovery misconduct. The lesson here for all of your non-extreme scenarios is that you’ll need to have adequate documentation of your ESI collection methodologies to prove to the court where your data came from…

If you have the documentation available, then you and your case team will be able to anticipate the risks involved in your e-discovery project.

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