The use of sophisticated data analytics is transforming the way litigation is managed in the U.S., and it appears that in-house counsel are welcoming these technology-powered insights. More than seven in ten corporate counsel now say they encourage their outside counsel and vendors to use data visualization and analytics, according to a 2017 Bloomberg/Catalyst survey report. Still, inside and outside counsel, as well as e-discovery technologists, face challenges when it comes to persuading their litigation colleagues to embrace the use of analytics in e-discovery.

While you may understand that the value of analytics is self-evident in almost any matter, it can be difficult to make the case to your colleagues, especially with limited time and opportunity for lengthy discussions and demonstrations. With that in mind, here are some practical ideas for persuading your litigation team members to leverage the power of data analytics in e-discovery:

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