Report highlights the latest trends on what and how litigators collect web content

CHICAGO, IL (MAY 17, 2018) - Page Vault Inc., the legal industry’s leading provider of web capture solutions, published its 2nd annual e-Discovery Trends 2018: Web Content Collection, a report sharing the latest web content preservation trends identified by top litigators in the industry.

The data consists of responses from surveyed litigators within a variety of states, law firms and practice areas. Surveyed practice areas include general litigation, intellectual property, insurance fraud, personal injury, class action and employment law.

The report can be accessed online at

A complementary infographic is available in addition to the report, and Page Vault invites readers to share the content within their presentations, blog posts, or other forums. To use or cite Page Vault’s e-Discovery Trends 2018 report or infographic, visit the brand guidelines page for instructions and files.

“For the second year, we saw an overwhelming number of surveyed litigators recognize that collecting and preserving web content for their cases is a critical best practice,” said Page Vault CEO, Jeff Eschbach. “Our purpose for publishing the report remains the same -- to help all legal professionals not only to see how and what their colleagues are collecting, but also to improve their own preservation practices and processes.”

Since its founding in 2013, Page Vault has seen significant growth in the number of cases that involve web-based content. The 2018 report data confirms this increase, specifically for the preservation of more complex online content, such as entire websites and videos.

“In conjunction with the increasing need to collect web content, we also continue to see growing concerns with collecting content in a way that is accurate and admissible,” said Eschbach. “Our technology eliminates those risks and our solutions effortlessly preserve the evidentiary chain of custody for our clients.”

The Page Vault team will be attending the International Trademark Association’s 140th Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA from May 19-23, 2018. Visit booth #376 to learn more about Page Vault’s report, technology and solutions for authenticated web content preservation. 

About Page Vault

Page Vault helps legal professionals to capture, preserve and authenticate web content such as webpages, websites, social media, videos, and images. Users can have confidence in knowing that Page Vault’s collection experts accurately preserve all necessary content and supporting data within the requested output format. Whether using their in-house software or vendor services, Page Vault can accommodate projects of any volume or complexity. Page Vault is used by clients ranging from Am Law 100 firms to solo practitioners. Learn more at