Attorney Gregory Johnson told a breakout session that the discovery process in a lawsuit now can include everything from emails, texts and social media postings to electronically stored documents and Web browsing histories.

SAN ANTONIO — The proliferation of social media, email, electronic storage of documents, tweets and texts makes for fertile ground for lawyers sniffing out ammunition in lawsuits against credit unions and other organizations.

It’s also created a whole new specialty for barristers like Gregory Johnson, an attorney and legal technologist who specializes in e-discovery for the Spokane, Wash., practice of Paine Hamblen LLP.

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