Court Book Preparation - Tips and Tricks

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 4 March 2019

By Brittany Willis, Global Appeal Book Manager

Good Court Book preparation is an essential support to the work of counsel in the courtroom, but they are often done incorrectly or may be missing entirely.

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Evidence Dos and Don’ts

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 February 2019

By Erick Gunawan, Head of Forensics

When dealing with data, whether it is for the purposes of IT governance, litigation dispute or internal investigation, always consider data as evidence.  Evidence that can ultimately end up in court and, as such, needs to be preserved and protected with a proper, forensically sound workflow.

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Royal Commission Readiness

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 18 December 2018

By Sarah Bell, Senior Business Development 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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The New Era of Arbitration

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 3 December 2018

By Mei Yong, Business Development Executive – Hong Kong

The Hong Kong arbitration landscape is set to change and evolve into a more streamlined, efficient model. We explore how innovation and technology is having a significant impact on this evolution.

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3 Ways Active Learning Will Change Your e-Discovery Review

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 30 October 2018

In this article, Ann Marie Lane from Relativity discusses how Active Learning, Relativity's recent addition to the Assisted Review workflow, can revolutionise how you run your review.

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How eTrials are Changing Australia's Judicial System

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 17 September 2018

By Elizabeth Miller, Head of eCourts

The Cowan trial of the Daniel Morcombe killer was an eTrial, one of a number that were running across 14 Queensland Courts as they began their electronic transformation process. Other states have followed suit, embracing not just electronic lodgements in the judicial system but also electronic presentation of materials and remote witness participation.

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Warrant Day! Do's and Dont's

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 3 September 2018

By David Kerstjens, Digital Forensics Lead

The Law In Order Forensics Team identify and preserve data for court dictated discovery or investigatory requests. Responding to these requests can raise risks and the job of our Forensics Team is to use defensible preservation methodologies and processes to mitigate these risks and reduce overall costs.

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How Technology Supports eArbitration in a Changing Global Environment

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 31 August 2018

By Faraz Khan, Global eTrial Solutions Manager

Law In Order has observed a number of trends and changes in the arbitration space over the past few years. We have seen a growing reliance on technology to assist in conducting arbitrations, as arbitrations become globally more acceptable and enforceable in many jurisdictions worldwide.

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What is the Real Cost of That Printed Page?

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 30 July 2018

By Matthew Hollings, Senior Business Development Manager – QLD & WA

It has now been almost 3 years to the day that I stood at a multi-function printer overlooking the Brisbane River at about 7pm, running off several copies of a brief to Counsel. It was most certainly not my first, but it definitely was my last!

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Adopting eDiscovery for Internal Investigations

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 28 June 2018

By Mei Yong, Business Development Executive - Hong Kong

Inhouse counsel are often the first to be called on to manage an internal investigation. How can you effectively plan for and manage these investigations? We explore how electronic discovery (eDiscovery) tools help you mitigate risk and effectively achieve your fact-finding mission.

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