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.

Read More

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. 

Read More

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.

Read More

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.

Read More

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.

Read More

Changes to Family Court Appeal Books

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 10 May 2019

The Family Court of Australia is progressing toward the exclusive use of electronic Appeal Books. Family Law matters can be especially stressful for lawyers and their clients for whom the matter is deeply personal. This was the case for a recent client who came to us needing an electronic appeal book, in an expedited matter.

Read More

The Evidence Collector that’s Always with You

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 April 2019

By David Kerstjens, Digital Forensics Lead

It is an integral part of our life these days and an item that is rarely further than arms reach. There are thousands of different models running various operating systems. With each year comes a larger device with the latest devices having a storage capacity of up to 512GB with expandable memory of another 512GB. As you would have guessed, I’m talking about mobile phones. 1TB is a lot of data but what sort of useable data can we get from a mobile phone?

Read More

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.

Read More

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.

Read More

The New Era of Arbitration

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 3 December 2018

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.

Read More