As ever more information becomes digitized, and new data sources like social media enter the equation, legal departments face ballooning e-discovery costs. While some companies have mitigated these rising expenditures by bringing e-discovery in-house, they still are faced with further reigning in this spend to meet stagnating or shrinking budgets.

In an effort to aid others, legal operations professionals from three large U.S.-based organizations spoke at the “Five Ways to Better Control Discovery Spend” session at the Association of Corporate Counsel’s (ACC) Legal Operations Conference and divulged how they met this challenge head on. While many used similar strategies, the way they executed these plans was unique and spoke to their own situations and preferences.

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