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Missed the eDiscovery Business Confidence Webinar? Here is Where You Can Still Check it Out: eDiscovery Trends

It’s a rare two post day for us here at eDiscovery Daily.  To check out the other post today, click here.

On Wednesday, ACEDS hosted a webinar (sponsored by CloudNine) where we discussed results from the Fall 2016 eDiscovery Business Confidence Survey, which was conducted last month with the results published on Rob Robinson’s terrific Complex Discovery site.  Did you miss it?  Here’s where you can still check it out.

During the one hour presentation and discussion led by ACEDS Executive Director Mary Mack and me, the expert panelists discussed the results of this quarterly survey, breaking 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. Participants in the webinar included the following eDiscovery leaders:

  • George Socha, Co-Founder of EDRM and Managing Director at BDO Consulting;
  • Eric P. Mandel, Managing Member at Indicium Law PLC and Member of the Board for LTPI;
  • Zach Warren, Editor in Chief of Legaltech News;
  • David Horrigan, E-Discovery Counsel and Legal Content Director at kCura;
  • Jennifer Johnson, Vice President at Commonwealth RICOH

If you want to check out the webinar and/or download a copy of the slides, click here.  And, look out for the Winter 2017 survey coming to the Complex Discovery site in January!  Of course, we’ll remind you when it’s live, so no worries… :o)

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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