Squeezed by tighter budgets and increasing regulations, many legal departments are insourcing their e-discovery processes in order to better control costs and more closely manage their data. But while a significant trend in today’s legal market, insourcing is not as universal as one may think.

Bringing e-discovery in-house can initially be expensive, and legal teams may want to be more operational instead of tied down with e-discovery responsibilities. In the session “Bringing E-discovery In-House: Stories from the Trenches” at Zapproved’s PREX17 conference, corporate legal managers from TransCanada and McKesson discussed the ways they approached and designed in-house e-discovery processes. Their experiences showed the scope of strategies legal departments can use to tame e-discovery and meet the challenges of data management.

TransCanada’s In-House Realignment

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