Law firms are at a “watershed” in servicing e-discovery tasks for corporate clients, according to a survey released on July 22, sponsored by RVM Enterprises Inc. and conducted by Ari Kaplan Advisors.

Ari Kaplan, reporting on the survey, said that 30 law firm attorneys who are primarily outside e-discovery counsel to corporate legal departments were interviewed. All the attorneys practice in Am Law 200 firms. Twenty-two of the participants are partners and eight are senior e-discovery attorneys. All the attorneys surveyed recommend e-discovery software and vendors to their corporate clients.

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