When imagining what legal process outsourcing might look like, the first image that pops into a U.S. in-house counsel’s mind might very well be a group of workers doing document review or conducting e-discovery at a faraway locale such as India or Latin America. But that picture might not be as accurate as it used to be.

Outsourcing for legal departments and law firms seems to be taking place increasingly onshore, and LPO service providers are opening the domestic offices to prove it. Integreon Inc., which provides services from contract review to strategic research, recently opened up shop in Austin, Texas, where it has the potential to employ up to 300 people in the coming years.

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