The growth and success of e-discovery services is due a number of factors, such as an increasing demand for managing data and the evolution of artificial intelligence technology. But e-discovery’s development is also tied to something more fundamental: investment capital from private equity firms.

Over the past few years, private equity firms have invested in over a dozen e-discovery companies, and since January 2018, have played a leading role in reshaping the e-discovery market.

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