Modern eDiscovery is no longer simply about collecting and reviewing emails. The proliferation of text messages, social chat, and other online communication apps has increased the pool of potential digital evidence in discovery.
Remote data collection has been gaining traction for several years, even before social distancing. It allows you to preserve data quickly, is a convenient alternative for custodians, and allows attorneys to move faster to the next phase of discovery.
- An overview of recent case law involving electronic communication
- Best practices for remote collection of all types of digital evidence
- How to effectively plan your modern document review