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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The Challenges of Chat in eDiscovery as COVID Brings Changes in Work Behaviour and Working From Home

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 6 November 2020

By Guest Contributor, Chris Dale

In May 2011, a US Magistrate Judge talking at an eDiscovery event in London said that email's days of dominance were numbered. The next phase, he said, would be dominated by people sending short messages to each other and chatting. It would make discovery extremely difficult.

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Marketing Tips for Commercial Law Firms - Part 1

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 5 November 2020

In part one of this two part series, we look at five marketing tips for commercial law firms that are 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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Managing eDiscovery In-House: Key Tips

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  • Posted on 8 October 2020

Although COVID-19 has brought about significant changes in how litigation and arbitrations are run, particularly across borders, the costs for litigation and document review are still significant. Taking this into consideration, an increasing number of companies are looking at ways to bring eDiscovery in-house or at least parts of it.

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Managing a Team During Lockdown

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 September 2020

By Emma Barker, Global Head of Sales

Being based in Melbourne means I’m now in ISO2.0. I’ve been reflecting on my time working from home since March 2020 as I watch the native birds in the gum tree outside my home office. 

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Data Collection and Early Case Assessment for Investigations

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 September 2020

by David Kerstjens, Head of Forensics

Data collection and analysis for investigations is very different to collection for discovery or review. This article discusses the differences; how Early Case Assessment (ECA) can assist and the benefits of using review technology.

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Spotlight on eDiscovery

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 September 2020

Despite the increasing prevalence of electronic discovery (eDiscovery) for the discovery of evidence in response to a request for production in a lawsuit or investigation, many people are still confused about what it encompasses.

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Meeting Document Management Protocols for Royal Commissions

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  • Posted on 3 August 2020

Every commission or inquiry has a ‘document management protocol’. These are the rules that govern how materials should be submitted. It assists the commission or inquiry navigate the complexities of numerous submissions from different organisations and individuals that it receives.

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Forensic Investigations and Cross-Border Matters

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  • Posted on 20 July 2020

By David Kerstjens, Head of Forensics

What are the current trends in forensic investigations for cross-border matters? In this article, David Kerstjens, our Head of Forensics, looks at the constant evolution in data types and volumes, and the ever-tightening data privacy laws and regulatory intervention.

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