The End of Sanctions? Upcoming Webinar Sheds Light on Mass De-Risking of eDiscovery

Logikcull presentation featuring prominent technology attorneys to highlight impact of federal rule changes on sanctions trends.

Logikcull Sanctions Webinar

Logikcull, the leading provider of cloud-based discovery software, will be presenting findings of original research on discovery sanctions case law on a free webinar on Jan. 23 at 11 a.m. PST/2 p.m. EST. The webinar will feature Craig Ball, a widely respected attorney and special master, and Mira Edelman, in-house counsel to large Silicon Valley companies.

You can register to attend here.

Exhaustive research conducted by Logikcull into discovery sanctions rulings in federal court shows a steep decline in the issuance of the most severe sanctions since Congress amended the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure in December 2015. Those procedural amendments have combined with small, but significant growth in lawyers’ technology expertise overall, and the proliferation of easy-to-use discovery tools to usher in the broad adoption of “do-it-yourself” discovery practices.

The webinar will discuss the practical implications of how corporate legal teams and their outside counsel can work together to drive down the traditionally high costs of discovery amid the easing regulatory regime. 

Those interested in attending can reserve their spot here: register for webinar.

About Logikcull
Logikcull provides Instant Discovery for modern legal teams, including those within Fortune 500 companies. Corporate legal departments use its cloud-based solution to save time and money by bringing discovery in-house. Recently, Logikcull was named the top performer in G2Crowd’s first ever eDiscovery Software Momentum report. To learn more, visit or sign up for a free account.

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Robert Hilson
Sr. Director, Logikcull

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