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New Research: In-House Legal Teams Reveal Top Trends in E-Discovery

E-Discovery | May 13, 2015

We're happy to be publishing the results of the 2015 Guidance Software Second Annual E-Discovery Survey.  Responded to by nearly 100 people from in-house legal departments and e-discovery service providers this survey shows some key trends with e-discovery teams, such as:
 

  • 53.5 percent indicated that caseloads are growing
  • 55 percent of those surveyed review more than 50 percent of their cases internally
  • 72 percent have an e-discovery software solution, with 46.7 percent having more than one
  • 50 percent reported having a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) program in place with an average of 50 percent participation by employees
  • 44.4 percent want the ability to collect ESI from the cloud in a defensible manner


This year we worked with Chris Dale, famed e-discovery expert and founder of the UK-based eDisclosure Information Project, who helped analyze the results. You can download the paper here
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