With only four months left, you can put 2020 down as a fairly disruptive year for e-discovery, panelists said during a “Disruption in E-Discovery” discussion livestreamed during ILTA>ON’s virtual conference.

Regulatory decisions and increased tech usage exposed the e-discovery market to new opportunities and hurdles, the panelists said. However, the impacts to e-discovery didn’t stop there. Perhaps most integral to the disruption of e-discovery in 2020 was the massive exodus from offices to remote working, accelerating the adoption of remote review.

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