A new report from Am Law 100 firm Gibson & Dunn identifies prevailing trends in the e-discovery space and underscores that text messages and social media data are growing to become a larger portion of an individual’s information creation footprint. As a result these forms of communication are now more frequently considered in the e-discovery process.

“I think that it’s a matter of evolution and incremental change,” said Gareth Evans, partner at Gibson Dunn, in an interview with Legaltech News. “With respect to these new potential sources of discoverable information; as the way that people work and communicate continues to evolve, so too must e-discovery evolve.”

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