Whether you are in-house counsel of a corporation or a partner of a law firm, you are always on the hunt for two elements which seem to be in short supply: time and money. Legal budgets are heavily scrutinized and legal departments are operating with a leaner staff. Partners are focused on increasing revenue and staffing their matters as efficiently as possible.

Compounding this issue is the rise of e-discovery costs and confusion. Lawyers know ediscovery can command over 50 percent of the litigation budget and are always searching for better, faster and less expensive ways to manage it, but trying to keep up with the technology can often seem like an exercise in futility.

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