How Insourcing E-Discovery Affects Law Departments And Firms

By on June 23, 2017

June 28, 2017

Insourcing of e-discovery and other legal functions is more than a trend. It constitutes a major shift in the legal market. Exterro’s 2016 In-House Legal Benchmarking Report found that 77 percent of those surveyed conducted at least half their company’s legal services internally, and roughly the same percentage said they expected to perform more legal services in-house in the net two years. “The transition we’re seeing toward in-house adoption is driven by major improvements in enterprise e-discovery software,” says Exterro’s Nishad Shevde. “It is now possible to acquire an end-to-end platform that doesn’t require deep technical skill, thus eliminating data hand-offs that lead to errors and slow response times. The math of implementing the in-house solution is starting to make sense.”

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