What Happens After the Dawn Raid?

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 November 2019

By Robyn Kidd, Head of Managed Document Review

There has been a dawn raid with 100,000 documents to review. What is the process from here?

The dawn raid has led to the forensic collection of 100,000 documents, now safely secured on a hard drive.  What is the process from here?  It’s important to plan your strategy in advance to minimize downtime, extract relevant documents and get ready for production.

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A Guide to Federal Court Appeal Books

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 3 October 2019

Appeals are a niche area with specific requirements at each stage and many litigators will go through their career without working on one. This article outlines the procedure for general matters for the Federal Court. Separate rules and a more streamlined process exist for immigration matters.

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From Data Identification to Review in a Nutshell

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 September 2019

The process of identification, preservation and collection in the approach to review can be complex. Here is an overview of the process.

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Livestreaming: Making Hearings Truly Public

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 30 August 2019

We are a professional provider of solutions to courts and hearings globally. Did you know our eHearings team offers Livestreaming services? Suitable for both Public and Private Hearings, we offer secure web streaming from the hearing room, enabling proceedings to be broadcast over the internet.

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A Lawyer’s Future is Looking Sharp with Electronic Hearings

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 5 August 2019

By Nicholas Wilson, eHearings Lead Consultant

While the legal industry has notoriously struggled to keep up with the technological advances of the digital era, our eHearings team is swiftly transforming this perspective. The future is looking smarter, faster and sharper for lawyers who embrace the cutting edge technology and services now available via our eHearings team.  

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Royal Commission Readiness

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 18 July 2019

By Sarah Bell, Sales Manager

Given the increase of public scrutiny in relation to issues affecting the broader community, we are hearing more about Royal Commissions as a means of investigation.  Royal Commissions are the highest form of inquiry on matters of public importance which is why they are being considered in the public domain.

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Deduplication Demystified

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 July 2019

Litigation can attract significant costs for law firms and 70–75 per cent of this cost is usually attributed to the review of discovery documents. Decreasing the volume of documents that need to be reviewed from outset efficiently can save significant time and costs. 

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Forensic Investigations, the Role of Corporate Counsel and the Rise of Information Governance

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 July 2019

In this article, Head of Forensics – Erick Gunawan, discusses the Role of Corporate Counsel in the context of litigation or investigation and the increasing importance of information governance in being prepared for when litigation or investigation arises.

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Redactions? How to Ensure There are no Nasty Surprises.

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 3 June 2019

With recent headlines highlighting the damage and embarrassment that can be caused by poorly redacted documents, it is no wonder many firms and corporates are turning to legal document management specialists to secure their redactions.

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Why the Future is eHearings

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 3 June 2019

The legal profession is notorious for lagging behind other industries when it comes to innovation. However, a wave of new technologies is now available which can revolutionise the way the legal system works.

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