Jeffrey Wolff, IPRO: 10 Trends That Will Define eDiscovery In 2023

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Extract from Jeffrey Wolff, IPRO: 10 Trends That Will Define eDiscovery In 2023″

As we approach the turn of the year, the eDiscovery landscape is also, once again, at a turning point. Data volumes continue to explode, driven in part by new types of data and legal technology solutions. The pandemic forever changed the way we live, work, and communicate, resulting in a diverse and seemingly limitless potential universe of digital evidence.

Looking ahead to 2023, there is no doubt that eDiscovery will be shaped by several key players. Software-as-a-service (SaaS) and cloud-based models are growing at lightning speed and are expected to outpace traditional IT approaches within the next few years. Artificial intelligence (AI) and other legal technologies are, unsurprisingly, proving their worth as critical tools for all types of eDiscovery projects.

Legal professionals are adapting to these changes, finding ways to cut down on costs, time, and energy, not only during and after the review process, but also before it, through diligent information governance, early case assessment, and other proactive solutions.

In this post, we will look at the challenges facing eDiscovery today and forecast the 10 trends that we expect to shape eDiscovery in 2023. Along the way, we’ll offer some advice about how your organization can keep up with—and even get ahead of—the ever-changing eDiscovery landscape before us.

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