Two Federal Judges have let attorneys know that Boilerplate Objections merit sanctions.  The attached article by Jeffery Kruse details the frustration that these judges have with attorneys that continue to violate the Updated Federal Rules of Civil Procedures and the changes that took place to rule 34.  It would be wise to put some thought into responses to discover in the future.

Attorneys should remember that sanctions are not covered by their malpractice insurance policies.  So sanctions will cost the attorney both professionally and likely personally.

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