Jackson Kelly PLLC Blog: Anticipation of Litigation Advisor
September 27, 2018
Welcome to this edition of Jackson Kelly PLLC's blog, In Anticipation of Litigation Advisor. Each month we aim to bring you timely and relevant articles on topics that will help your company be #prepared for litigation.
Are an Employee’s Text Messages Discoverable?
Today, as more and more business is conducted on handheld mobile devices, companies responding in litigation to discovery requests must be cognizant of whether their employees’ devices should be preserved and collected to review for electronically stored data. As a general matter, to be discoverable, a document must be within the control of the party from whom the request is made. Click here to read more.
Technology-Assisted Review Continues to Develop as E-Discovery Tool
As the volume of digital documents involved in litigation discovery has expanded and the desire of clients to limit the time and costs associated with discovery has increased, many attorneys have shifted from manual document review to computer-assisted review facilitators such as concept clustering, threading, and search. Click here to read more.