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2020 Corporate In-Housing Survey

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE SURVEY:


1. Discovery has moved in house—and that trend is only accelerating.  Nearly two-thirds of discovery work is done internally today, according to our survey respondents, and that trend is expected to accelerate in the coming years. Surveyed companies handle 63% of their discovery process in house on average, and just under 50% of respondents expect that number to grow significantly in the next five years. 

BENCHMARKING IN-HOUSE APPROACHES TO LITIGATION AND DISCOVERY, OUTSIDE COUNSEL MANAGEMENT, AND COST REDUCTION 

Logikcull's 2020 Corporate In-Housing Survey, presented in partnership with the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists, gathers unprecedented insight into the rapidly evolving discovery and litigation landscape in corporate legal departments today.

From in-housing trends, to outside counsel management, to the most effective cost-control strategies, this report takes a candid look into the in-house practices of 40+ major corporations—their successes, their vision for the future, and the challenges they face in the process.

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Logikcull's 2019 eDiscovery Billing and Cost Recovery Survey

2. Some of the most effective cost-control strategies are not being employed to their full potential.  Despite high marks, some of the most effective cost-control strategies lag on adoption. For example, while data culling through deduplication was ranked as the third most effective cost-savings measure, it was employed by only 63% of the surveyed companies. Law firm discounts and preferred vendor agreements also rank high for effectiveness, but were utilized by a relatively meager 34% of respondents. 

3. Risk and expertise are no barriers to in-housing—but bandwidth is. In-housing is improving the performance and cost-effectiveness of corporate legal teams. And those teams are expecting to take even more control over discovery and investigations in the future. Yet, lack of bandwidth and personnel ranks as the largest obstacle to doing so. Far eclipsing all other limiting factors, including perceived risk and lack of budget and in-house expertise, lack of personnel was cited as a barrier to in-housing by more than 60% of respondents .