10 Trends That Will Redefine

10 Trends That Will Redefine eDiscovery in 2023: eDiscovery Webinars

Are you thinking about 2023 yet? It’s just two months away! Tomorrow, IPRO, on the ACEDS webinar network, will be discussing 10 trends that will redefine eDiscovery in 2023!

The webinar – aptly named 10 Trends That Will Redefine eDiscovery in 2023 – will happen at 1pm ET tomorrow!

During the webinar, the panelists will discuss in depth the trends that are likely to shape eDiscovery in 2023. They will also share some insights into how these trends might redefine the way legal professionals will approach and perform eDiscovery moving forward. Here’s a quick glance at what they will cover in this upcoming webinar:

  • Most pressing challenges affecting the eDiscovery process today
  • 10 eDiscovery trends you are likely to see in 2023
  • How modern technology can help legal teams overcome the challenges of tomorrow

The panelists will be:

  • Ryan Joyce: Senior VP of Strategy at IPRO
  • Sebastian Sutherland: VP of Corporate Markets at IPRO

With all the trends that are already redefining eDiscovery – including the move to the cloud, increasing use cases for eDiscovery, increasing sources of ESI that are discoverable and (of course) increased use cases for artificial intelligence – it will be interesting to see what Ryan and Sebastian identify in the webinar tomorrow! Register here to join them at 1pm tomorrow to learn about 10 trends that will redefine eDiscovery in 2023!

So, what do you think? Are you ready for 2023 yet? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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