Big data is challenging your firm’s print room

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 20 October 2015

As a lawyer, well-organised documentation can make a world of difference to your professional life. Document production – the hold-all phrase for hardcopy print, copy and scanning services –within the legal industry requires a higher degree of accuracy and attention to detail than most: the ramifications of mistakes are high.  Read More

Why you should care about metadata

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 22 September 2015

Written by Mitchell Grant, Solutions Consultant

The frequently used definition of “data about data” provides a simple but adequate explanation for this increasingly important element of electronically stored information (ESI). Without realising it, you have probably viewed metadata many times by clicking on a document’s “properties” and checking the date it was created or who last edited it.

The question remains though, why would this concern today’s legal practitioners? Read More

How you can save time and money reviewing your documents for litigation - A Case Study

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 17 August 2015

Relativity Assisted Review lets you accurately and precisely analyse any volume of information in an efficient, time effective way. 
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4 reasons to outsource your Court Copying [Infographic]

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 9 July 2015

Court Copying can be tricky business! Outsourcing Court Copying to a third party provider will assist law firms, sole practitioners, and litigants in person with the accessing and reproduction of subpoena documents which have been produced to any Court, Commission, or Tribunal.

Here are 4 reasons you should get in touch with the pros. Read More

5 ways you can use eDiscovery techniques outside litigation

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 17 June 2015

Electronic Discovery (eDiscovery) as a process is not limited to discovery in legal disputes. The use of the term eDiscovery has now become synonymous with the process of handling large volumes of electronic data and goes far beyond the traditional definition. Read More

Congratulations to Will Argent on becoming an accredited Relativity Review Specialist

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 26 May 2015

Law In Order is proud to announce that Will Argent, our Sydney eDiscovery Project Coordinator, has successfully obtained his Relativity Review Specialist certification.

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Are you fit for trial?

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 27 January 2015

With the New Year underway, many will be kick starting their resolutions of healthy eating and regular exercise following an indulgent holiday period. The health and fitness industry have been quick to act on this and now offer a range of gadgets for monitoring ones wellbeing, such as Fitbit, Jawbone, Nike Fuelband and many other devices. Read More

Analytics and eDiscovery: Every Matter, Every Firm

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 29 October 2014

After 2 years away from the bureau environment I returned to find that the eDiscovery landscape has changed significantly. Electronic review is no longer only for large firms with comprehensive in-house capability. Electronic review is now common place in boutique and mid tier firms that are looking to reduce review costs by improving efficiency. Read More

From Document Management to Case Management - Making the most of your review platform.

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 1 October 2014

It’s 4:55pm on a Friday afternoon. 

After a couple of last minute amendments and a nervous wait while your litigation support team prepares the package, you finally receive the discovery disc.  Read More

Electronic vs Paper - A debate as old as Plato

  • Blog Post
  • Posted on 15 August 2014

In his provocatively titled blog post,Plato’s cave: Why lawyers love paper and hate e-discovery and what this means for the future of legal education’, US lawyer Ralph Losey argues that lawyers are so entrenched in the use of paper that, like prisoners in Plato’s cave, they fail to see the obvious value in electronic documents. This is perhaps an unduly harsh assessment of lawyers’ attitudes to technology but it is nonetheless an interesting argument to consider. Read More