Far from being a siloed, narrow function of the legal department, e-discovery is fast taking on a much larger and multifaceted role in-house. But aligning e-discovery with business needs, and turning it from a large expenditure to a leaner, budget-friendly process, is no walk in the park.

At the opening keynote of Zapproved’s e-discovery conference PREX17, a session titled “E-Discovery in the Fortune 500,” in-house e-discovery and legal managers shared their struggles and successes in transforming e-discovery into a holistic, business-orientated function.

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