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Dealing With Deleted, Unsent and Edited ESI 

While text messages and email have the appearance of reliability, technological advances have, over time, rendered many digital communications less static and more open to manipulation.

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In an increasingly digital society, discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) has become part and parcel of written discovery. In many cases, document productions consist entirely of ESI because the parties communicate almost exclusively through text message and email. While these written communications have the appearance of reliability, technological advances have, over time, rendered many digital communications less static and more open to manipulation. Litigators need to take heed of these advances to properly advise clients and effectively preserve, retrieve and present evidence.

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