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If You Missed the eDiscovery Business Confidence Webinar, You Can Catch it Here: eDiscovery Trends

Last week, ACEDS hosted a webinar (sponsored by CloudNine) with expert commentary on the results of the 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.  If you missed the webinar, you can catch a video of it now.

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.

The lively one hour presentation and discussion was led by ACEDS Executive Director Mary Mack, with expert commentary from panelists 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.  All of the panelists had interesting comments and observations and we also received several good questions and suggestions from the audience for future surveys.  In three months, we’ll do it again!

The webinar video is available via our new Online Stream page here.

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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