The future is now when it comes to e-discovery, and the legal industry is more than ready for it. 2009 saw a decrease in demand for e-discovery consulting services in concert with increased software solution availability, the advance of litigating in the cloud, the rise of social networking, more mobile attorneys, and the migration of e-discovery services and solutions in house. We also saw a continuance of outsourcing for review and more litigation crossing international borders.

I spoke with e-discovery clients and partners to get a picture of what the coming landscape might look like.

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