Users Beware: Personal Conversations Are Not So Personal in Court


Most professionals understand that work emails can be “discovered” in litigation, meaning that adverse parties can obtain these communications if they are relevant to the dispute. Recently, courts have begun ordering parties to produce other types of communications during discovery, including personal emails and messages. It is important for family businesses and offices to take the proper precautions with their communications to avoid common discovery pitfalls.

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