Take Control of Document Review

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 9 August 2023

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Document reviews, accounting for a significant portion of litigation costs, are challenged by rising data volumes and tight resources. Many firms opt to outsource these reviews for efficiency and cost savings. Law In Order provides such services, employing advanced Technology Assisted Review (TAR) methods, merging human expertise with technology, to speed up and enhance accuracy. A case study highlighted savings of $65,000 and 260 hours for a client using their TAR system.

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Struggling to Understand Appeal Book Requirements?

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 8 August 2023

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At Law In Order, we specialise in managing the complex Appeal Book process for different jurisdictions. We handle unique case requirements, convert physical documents to electronic format with Optical Character Recognition (OCR), and ensure searchable capability and hyperlinking. Complying fully with court procedures, our legal experts advise on rules, assess content needs, manage discrepancies, and can even file the appeal book on your behalf. Supporting both hard copy and electronic preparations, we deliver a quick turnaround and always provide a draft for client approval before producing multiple copies.

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What happens to your data when you move it into the cloud?

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 8 August 2023

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In an upcoming CPD webinar, Nicholas Wilson and Peter Farrelly of AUCloud will discuss the growing necessity for data protection and robust cybersecurity, underscored by recent high-profile security breaches. They will explore the handling of sensitive data, cybercrime trends, privacy laws, and eHearings. Farrelly will also share his expertise on the creation of PROTECTED environments, compliant with Australian government standards, for data storage. The webinar, scheduled for August 10, 2023, aims to guide professionals on maintaining cybersecurity standards and managing data in cloud environments.

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Run the Distance with us at Sydney’s City2Surf

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 8 August 2023

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In light of the increasing survival rates of cancer patients, yet growing number of diagnoses, Law In Order rallies behind the Chris O'Brien Lifehouse, a comprehensive cancer centre known for its high survival rates and compassionate care. In memory of their late Director, Paul Gooderick, a former patient and avid runner, Law In Order is participating in the City2Surf event on August 13 to raise funds for the organization. They invite the public to donate, show support, or join them in the run, as they strive to make a meaningful impact on those impacted by cancer.

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eDiscoTECH™, PDFPrimer™ & Aconex Data Collector Takes eDiscovery Operations to Next Level

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 8 August 2023

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Murali Baddula, Law In Order's Chief Digital Officer, spearheads the development of innovative eDiscovery solutions like eDiscoTECH™, PDFPrimer™, and  Aconex Data Collector. These tools automate routine tasks, facilitate document exchange, and streamline the collection of data, enhancing Law In Order's service to legal, corporate, and government sectors.

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Protection of Personally Identifiable Information (PII) A Growing Concern

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 5 April 2023

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PII is ‘information or an opinion about an identified individual, or an individual who is reasonably identifiable’.

It includes names, home and email addresses, passport and driver’s licence numbers, employment status, criminal record, age, ethnicity, race and more. Identifying all of these diverse forms of data is a complex task.

Under Australian Legislation data, including (PII) is protected under the Privacy Act 1988 as well as under the Australia Government Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme which was introduced in 2018. The latter requires Australian Government agencies and organisations to notify individuals affected by data breaches likely to result in serious harm.

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Law In Order Raises $6,000 for Earthquake Victims

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 3 April 2023

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Law In Order has a dedicated team who champion Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The CSR Collectives’ duties include fostering ethical operations and supply chains, improving conditions for employees, and boosting morale.

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What’s your position on Open AI?

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 28 March 2023

Our Chief Digital Officer, Murali Baddula, shares ours.

[1 ½ mins read]

As a Litigation Support Vendor (LSV), Law In Order constantly strives to provide the most efficient and effective client solutions. In eDiscovery, we always use the latest AI models to help you identify relevant documents and find sensitive documents to support matters quickly and efficiently.

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eDiscovery – Exciting eDiscoTECH Updates

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 28 March 2023

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March 2023 - We are pleased to announce that eDiscoTECH, our cutting-edge electronic discovery support application, has been updated with some exciting new features. Our latest release includes several additional functionalities to support the latest changes in popular eDiscovery tools such as Relativity, Reveal, and Nuix Discover.

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Law In Order Achieves RelativityOne Gold Partnership Status

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 27 March 2023

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Law In Order, Relativity’s first ever Australian partner, since 2009, has become a RelativityOne Gold Partner for providing exceptional service experience to RelativityOne end users.

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