This week’s discussion looks to whether sending a letter instead of a draft motion prior to seeking sanctions complies with the safe-harbor requirements of Federal Rule 11(c)(2).
This week we revisit a discussion from two weeks ago on the permissible scope of sanctions under 28 U.S.C. § 1927.
This week we take look at a recent decision from the Seventh Circuit addressing when Section 1927 sanctions are appropriate and when they can be awarded by an appellate court despite the trial court denying sanctions.
This week, we examine when sanctions resulting in an award of attorney’s fees and costs may be awarded for abusive conduct in discovery through a recent Seventh Circuit decision.