Tweets, status updates, wall posts, messages… these have all become forms of business communication. The acceleration of social media has created yet another e-discovery headache for litigators. The problem is growing, and social media must be considered when preparing a case. It is almost required now that attorneys be knowledgeable and due diligence around social media. When comparing social media discovery to traditional discovery the process is essentially the same; search, identify, preserve, analyze and produce. But social media discovery requires specific techniques and a lot more “digging” than traditional discovery.