As more attorneys work extended hours, they’re expecting their e-discovery providers to keep pace with their all-nighters. In response, e-discovery tech and service companies said they are hiring additional staffers to meet clients’ around-the-clock demand. 

To be sure, most lawyers don’t commonly work the standard eight- or nine-hour days. But COVID-19 and the shift to telecommuting has pushed many to work dramatically longer hours, including in e-discovery.

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