We’ve just released our 2nd annual e-Discovery Trends 2018: Web Content Collection report in order to continue to help all legal professionals not only to see how and what their colleagues are collecting, but also to improve their own preservation practices and processes.

The data consists of responses from surveyed litigators within a variety of states, law firms and practice areas. Surveyed practice areas include general litigation, intellectual property, insurance fraud, personal injury, class action and employment law.

Listed below are four significant takeaways from this year’s data. Legal professionals are encouraged to read the full report for a complete look at the data.

Top 4 Trends in e-Discovery for 2018

  1. Admissibility concerns rise as more complex web content is collected
  2. The ever-changing behavior of online content continues to cause potential risks for litigators
  3. More litigators turn to common search engines for case research
  4. Collecting metadata about online content is a critical best practice

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