Corporate legal departments are taking greater ownership of the e-discovery process, a trend that will likely continue to fuel the wave of mergers and consolidations in the market. 

These days, corporate lawyers are looking to reduce the scope of the data they send to outside counsel for review, but such work can’t be accomplished without the right tools. Legal departments, however, are favoring more “end-to-end” and integrated solutions that interconnects the various applications their employees are already utilizing.

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