The pandemic’s disruption to business did not mean a disruption to in-house departments, according to a recent survey. A majority of in-house counsel reported that they found they were successful working through the pandemic. Furthermore, they expect their pandemic workflows to continue after vaccines are widespread, and the world starts to revert to its pre-pandemic state, according to a report published Thursday by e-discovery software company Logikcull.

According to the 2021 Corporate In-Housing Survey, 88% of in-house counsel surveyed said their pandemic efforts were successful: They were largely able to reduce outside spending, bring more work in-house, and accelerate the use of new and existing technologies.

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