Interview with Bob Ambrogi About the 2022 State of the Industry Report: eDiscovery Trends

I had a recent podcast interview with Bob Ambrogi about the 2022 State of the Industry Report (sponsored by EDRM) and that interview is now available on the LawNext podcast network!

In my interview with Bob (available here on Apple Podcasts and highlighted on Bob’s excellent LawSites blog here), we went “stem to stern” in discussing the report, which discusses remote work trends by eDiscovery professionals, planned attendance at this year’s legal technology conferences, trends on the use of predictive coding, trends and challenges associated with data from mobile devices and collaboration apps, the top eDiscovery business and overall trends for 2022, and the top eDiscovery challenges not being talked about enough. We discussed the trends and even some of the notable thought leader observations about those trends!

Just a reminder that you can get the full 2022 State of the Industry report simply by following the blog via email. To follow eDiscovery Today, enter your email address at the top of the right sidebar where it says “Follow Blog via Email” to receive the report as well as emails with links to new posts.  In other words, look up and to the right – there it is! It’s that easy! 😉


Thanks to Bob Ambrogi and the LawNext podcast network for having me as a guest discussing the State of the Industry report! Check out my interview with Bob here!

So, what do you think?  Have you downloaded the 2022 State of the Industry Report? It’s free, you know. 😉  Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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