There’s a regular process that occurs inside most law firms about every three years or so, depending on the expiration dates attached to whatever service contracts the organization is maintaining with outside e-discovery providers.

Debbie Reynolds, data privacy officer at Eimer Stahl, describes it as a pendulum, a process by which every few years firms take a look at their ongoing budgets and expenditures to reevaluate whether or not they would be better served by bringing e-discovery process in-house.

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