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Don’t Miss Today’s Webinar to Hear Expert’s Views on eDiscovery Business Confidence!: eDiscovery Trends
Last week, we covered results from the ACEDS and Complex Discovery Summer 2016 eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey, which was conducted last month with the results published on Rob Robinson’s terrific Complex Discovery site. Today, you can attend a webinar to hear experts comment on the results of the survey and their thoughts about the state of eDiscovery business in general!
This time, there were 168 total respondents to the survey, which is more than double the number of respondents as the Spring survey. In fact, there twelve were more respondents than the first two surveys combined. Obviously, sponsorship from ACEDS and promotion from EDRM, strong>LTPI, Masters Conference, and Women in eDiscovery helped increase the number of respondents dramatically. The end result is perhaps the most meaningful eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey results yet.
At 1:00 pm ET today (12:00 pm CT, 11:00 am MT, 10:00 am PT), ACEDS will be hosting the webinar (sponsored by CloudNine) regarding the survey. During this one hour presentation and discussion led by ACEDS Executive Director Mary Mack, expert panelists will share and discuss the results of this quarterly survey. The discussion will feature eDiscovery leaders including:
- George Socha, Co-Founder of EDRM and Managing Director of Thought Leadership at BDO;
- Eric P. Mandel, Managing Member at Indicium Law PLC and Member of the Board for LTPI;
- Zach Warren, Editor in Chief of Legaltech News
And me, of course. We will not only take a look at this survey in general, we will also break down the results within different response groups (e.g., providers, law firms, corporations, etc.) and compare the results of this survey to those of past surveys to discuss changes in trends.
Click on the link here to register for the webinar. Hope to see you there!
So, what do you think? What’s your state of confidence in the business of eDiscovery? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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