In the world of electronic data discovery, 2009 was a year to refocus, with providers and consumers shifting away from review and moving toward information management and analysis. And while money wasn’t pouring in like the apex years, revenue is climbing back, with a steady if modest growth.

More than anything else, those are the lessons learned from our seventh annual review of the industry, The 2010 Socha-Gelbmann Electronic Discovery Survey.

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