In today’s legal landscape, e-discovery has become an established industry. But while most legal professionals are now familiar with e-discovery, all too often it is still treated like a fire drill—a reactive response that is panicked and hurried.

Without a system in place to manage the entire e-discovery process (let alone the data), corporations end up starting from scratch each and every time a new litigation arises. While litigation can be unpredictable, the organization’s reaction and process don’t have to be. 

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