Overcoming eHearings Challenges in an Uncertain Time

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 May 2021

By Nicholas Wilson, eHearings Lead Consultant

2020 was an uncertain and challenging time for everyone. A global pandemic brings along uncertainty and drastic changes to the way people live their day-to-day lives. The legal industry is no exception and for a system that focuses itself on procedure and timelines, COVID-19 immediately disrupted the courts and the legal practitioner’s mandate to achieve case management principles using traditional structures.

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How To Align Your Data Collection Support To Your Case Timeline

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 May 2021

If you're relying on client data collection to help build your case, it's important you start the data collection  as soon as possible. Otherwise, you risk running out of time and not collecting all of the relevant evidence. Here's what you should consider when instructing a client data collection so you don't run out of time.   

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Common Mistakes in Selecting a Data Collection Partner

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 April 2021

How do you pick a data collection partner? In this blog, our dedicated team reflects on what mistakes to avoid when choosing your own data collection partner.

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Using Technology to Deliver Just and Expeditious Resolution of Proceedings

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 April 2021

A number of years ago, an outsourcing provider would consider a litigation matter of one hundred folders a huge job. The folders would be copied five times and sent out. Today, we see all different kinds of matters coming in to utilise ever-increasingly sophisticated discovery technology, but the hundred folder photocopy jobs are still here.

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Q&A with Stu Mort - Global Head of Consulting & Chief Security Officer

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 8 March 2021

Stu Mort has recently joined the leadership team at Law In Order as our Global Head of Consulting & Chief Security Officer. He has over 25 years’ experience in Information Security and Risk, including Investigations, eDiscovery and Digital Forensics, as well as leading large revenue producing groups. Stu is responsible for leading the Consulting, Managed Document Review, eDiscovery, Forensics and Hosting teams, as well as our security strategy.

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Spotlight on eHearings

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 March 2021

There has been a lot of commentary around how 2020 became the year that remote operations became an imperative for every organisation. Also, how technology and innovation moved to the forefront of all legal operations as firms adapted to continue their matters under lockdown restrictions.

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Looking Forward into 2021: Current Trends in Litigation

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 8 February 2021

COVID-19 will continue to have significant impacts on litigation proceedings and the associated data management and eDiscovery challenges.

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Do Lawyers Need to Learn Code? The Role of eDiscovery Consultants

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 8 February 2021

The world of eDiscovery and, more broadly, legal process outsourcing, has changed quite dramatically over the past five to ten years. The number of documents that legal teams deal with day-to-day keeps increasing and data volumes containing information relevant to litigations continue to soar. The problem that legal teams have is that budgets are not growing with them.

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Marketing Tips for Commercial Law Firms – Part 2

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 February 2021

In part two of this two part series, we finish our marketing tips for commercial law firms. These are designed to be minimal cost and simple to implement, but will help prevent the ‘scatter gun’ approach to marketing that many firms fall prey to.

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How to Leave Behind the Heavy Load of Paper Briefs

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 February 2021

This article provides an overview of how Law In Order creates an eBrief for clients.

Obviously, the process can change depending on our client’s requirements; which parts they decide to do inhouse including the capabilities and time the client has. In short, our team can do as little or as much as the client requires.

Another factor is the preferences of the person receiving the brief.

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