As we look ahead to a new year, there is an interesting shift in the conversation surrounding e-discovery that portends a change in 2016 with how we view the value that technology can bring to the process.

A growing choir of in-house counsel and outside law firms are talking less about the paradigm of linear e-discovery review—where electronic evidence travels from one stop on the EDRM to the next—and more about the need to gain a deeper vision into the evidence in a case as early as possible. In response to this evolution in client focus, we predict a sea change for litigation technology in 2016 brought about by the emphasis on early case assessment (ECA).

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