The Texas Two Step: Texas Supreme Court Articulates a Two Step Process Limiting the Discoverability of Cellphone Data

Alex Wolf

With people spending an average of 5 hours and 24 minutes on their mobile devices every day, it’s no surprise that cellphones contain a vast amount of personal data.

Recently, the Texas Supreme Court set limitations on the discoverability of cellphone data in lawsuits, emphasizing the need for relevance. This decision helps curtail disputes and reduces costs associated with broad and irrelevant discovery requests, ensuring that only relevant cellphone data can be accessed.

Associate Alex Wolf recently wrote an article for The Houston Lawyer exploring the Supreme Court’s process limiting the discoverability of cellphone data.