It’s a new age for small firms and e-discovery—sort of. Cloud-based solutions like Microsoft Office 365 are helping to defray some of the costs of expensive servers or full-time e-discovery personnel in-house. The drawbridge is down and the gate unlocked.
But are some firms are still reluctant to walk through the door? Eric Mandel, a consultant with the e-discovery solutions provider Driven, thinks many of the challenges that existed 10 years ago in getting lawyers to embrace e-discovery continue to persist today.
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