E-discovery headaches aren’t just for lawyers anymore. Today, Exterro released its 2020 Judges Survey in a collaboration with EDRM and Georgetown Law Continuing Legal Education, and respondents pointed to some critical issues with the collection and preservation of electronic data that can’t be dismissed with a gavel.

The survey cultivated responses from 20 U.S. federal district and magistrate judges, with the general takeaway being that those sitting behind the bench would like to see attorneys from both sides get the majority of their e-discovery issues sorted out sooner rather than later. But technology may continue to be both a help and a hindrance to those efforts, with ephemeral messaging apps like Snapchat and other emerging media continuing to throw a wrench into the proceedings.

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