While in many ways, e-discovery has “settled in,” it continues to be subject to rapid change—as an industry, as a matter of law, and as a professional practice. More and more e-discovery operations are moving in-house, and both technology and processes are evolving to keep pace. This has disrupted the industry, as players in both the services and technology sector merge and grow in at times surprising ways.
This year’s State of E-Discovery report pulls from the latest economic, case law, and professional e-discovery and legal industries to paint a picture of an industry at an inflection point. With the information contained in it, you can make the strategic decisions you need to ensure you stay ahead of the e-discovery curve.
How e-discovery case law and new technologies influence e-discovery practices
How in-house departments are addressing the e-discovery challenges they face
How changes in the regulatory landscape will affect e-discovery