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Legal Tech: Are Websites A Forgotten Source of Evidence?

It’s fascinating how quickly the industry has shifted from the days when e-discovery teams would spend weeks digitalizing and coding vellum, microfiche and paper documents to where we are today with dynamic and varied processes to deal with a plethora of electronic sources. Among these are websites, which can provide deep insights in discovery, but have been largely forgotten as a source of evidence.


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E-discovery and the technology involved in investigations operate in a constant state of flux. What passes as the norm today is very different from the norm five to 10 years ago, and in a similar manner this will shift again in the coming years. Throughout this time, the data sources that come into scope, and what constitutes an acceptable collection of them, has been ever changing.

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