I spoke with Caitlin Murphy, Director of Legal Marketing for AccessData, a company focused on digital information, which includes e-discovery, cyber security, and forensics.

She identified mobile device e-discovery as the single biggest trend in 2013 given the proliferation of smart phones, tablets, and similar products.  (AccessData will be showcasing Mobile Phone Examiner Plus at Legal Tech New York.)

Murphy also added the rise of predictive coding, the impact of big data, visualization, and data clustering as other key issues being driven by increased in-house control of e-discovery to improve efficiency and reduce cost.

Listen to our interview below: