Here’s the thing about e-discovery in 2019: It’s not just about e-discovery. The typical scope of what has constituted e-discovery historically has now become intertwined with privacy, emerging technologies such as biometric laws, and new applications of old statutes as data continues to proliferate and expand.

The judicial panel at this year’s Relativity Fest encompassed this broad view, touching not only on e-discovery mishaps and spoliation, but also an Illinois biometric case, the application of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and more. Here’s a snippet of what the four jurists said they’ve watched this year and will continue to follow as some of these cases move forward.

1. Rosenbach v. Six Flags

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