In my first post in this series, I looked at how and why texts so often become deeply troubling evidence. I the second post, I began looking at recent cases dealing with discoverability of text messages.… Continue Reading
As I talked about in the prior post, key personnel involved in the Deflategate scandal put essential evidence in their text messages.
The spontaneous nature of texts, often with photos, and sending them before anyone thinks about the consequences, means the texts can be a very revealing source of eDiscovery.… Continue Reading
Although Deflategate was a high-profile investigation that generated lots of news (and legal battles) and wasn’t a civil case, it’s a good opportunity to remind employees that text messages sent through company-provided devices can be discoverable. … Continue Reading