E-Discovery Research Reveals a Focus on Cloud Adoption, In-Sourcing and Client Service

Ari Kaplan on his research of in-house and Am Law 200 e-discovery counsel, exploring current challenges and where companies are making investments.

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Ari Kaplan on his research of in-house and Am Law 200 e-discovery counsel, exploring current challenges and where companies are making investments.

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  • Ed Colandra

    Very interesting article. The adoption of the cloud vs on-prem, especially at the larger firms, would seem to be have been already a fait accompli. But your research shows otherwise. Likewise, the movement to bring eDiscovery work in-house seems contradictory based on the plethora of success stories published by vendors. Very informative. Thanks Ari.

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