Relying on streamlined processes and legal technology, legal departments are insourcing more work than ever before, according to Exterro’s “2018 In-House Legal Benchmarking Report,” a survey of over 110 in-house legal or legal operations staff.  

Almost one-third, 29 percent, of survey respondents said they conducted at least 75 percent of their litigation and e-discovery work in-house, compared to 17 percent in 2017. What’s more, 20 percent conducted all such work internally.

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