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eDiscovery Assistant Releases 2023 eDiscovery Case Law Year in Review Report

The guide is essential for navigating the evolving litigation landscape and highlights key developments and areas to watch

BOULDER, COLORADO, February 28, 2024- eDiscovery Assistant, the exclusive ediscovery case law database and knowledge center for litigators and legal professionals, today announced the release of its 2023 eDiscovery Case Law Year in Review Report, a comprehensive guide to the latest trends and rulings in electronic discovery. The report, available for free download, equips litigation professionals with the knowledge and insights they need to navigate the increasingly complex and ever-changing legal landscape.

“The volume and complexity of ediscovery data continues to grow exponentially, presenting significant challenges for litigation professionals,” said Kelly Twigger, CEO and Founder at eDiscovery Assistant. “Our 2023 Case Law Report provides invaluable guidance by analyzing over 5,200 court decisions, offering practical takeaways, and highlighting key areas to watch for the future.”

Key findings and insights within the report include:

  • Increased Sanctions for Non-Compliance: Courts are taking a stricter stance on ediscovery obligations, with a growing number of rulings imposing sanctions for failure to preserve data, meet production deadlines, or comply with ESI protocols.
  • Mobile Device Discovery in the Spotlight: The report delves into the evolving legal landscape surrounding mobile device discovery, addressing issues like data preservation, collection methods, and the discoverability of personal data.
  • The Rise of Generative AI: The report explores the potential impact of generative AI on ediscovery, including its use for data analysis and potential ethical considerations.
  • Emerging Areas to Watch: The report identifies key trends and areas to watch in the coming year, such as the use of categorical privilege logs, the discoverability of data on employee personal devices, and the increasing role of collaboration platforms.

The 2023 Case Law Report is a valuable resource for:

  • Litigation attorneys: Gaining insights into the latest legal interpretations and developing effective discovery strategies.
  • Corporate counsel: Understanding their obligations and minimizing risk associated with eDiscovery.
  • Legal technology professionals: Staying informed about emerging trends and adapting their solutions to meet evolving needs.

“Between regulatory scrutiny, daily reliance on collaboration apps, and advanced AI, ediscovery in 2024 will bring even more case law developments,” said Twigger. “We strive to condense insights from decisions into actionable guidance so legal teams can stay ahead.”

 Sponsors of the report include eDiscovery Today, Level Legal, ModeOne and PAR.

The full 44-page report is available for download at:

About eDiscovery Assistant

Led by industry expert Kelly Twigger, eDiscovery Assistant is the exclusive ediscovery case law database and knowledge center dedicated to keeping litigators and legal professionals up to speed on the constantly evolving area of electronic discovery. With a comprehensive collection of tools, resources, and insights, the company has cemented its position as the go-to platform for professionals looking to navigate the complexities of ediscovery. Through continuous innovation and commitment to excellence, eDiscovery Assistant empowers its users to achieve success in their legal endeavors. To learn more visit

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