Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, of course you can.

We understand the importance of fast and transparent communication when it comes to legal process outsourcing, as well as the convenience of online ordering. Our Job Management System (JMS) enables clients to request, control and track jobs easily online.

To learn more about JMS, click here.

No, we do work for everyone.

Although Law In Order's client base is predominantly legal firms, we do cater for all types of businesses that require document management and data technology services.

Whether it's printing and binding tender and proposal documents, or training handouts for an upcoming  workshop, why not use the business that lawyers trust for your corporate documentation needs?

For more information, contact us,

No, we do not.

As we are a true 24/7 operation, we do not charge a surcharge for after hours or urgent work. We always have staff on hand to assist.

No job is too urgent, big or small. You can be certain that Law In Order is capable of handling large volumes of work. Our high volume printing/copying machines are capable of producing over one million pages per week!

For more information, contact us,

Law In Order standard payment terms are COD (Cash on Delivery) unless we have granted you 30 days payment from invoice date.

If you are interested in a 30 day credit account, please click here to complete our online application form.

At Law In Order, we take security and confidentiality very seriously.

Law In Order have rigorous protocols in place to ensure our client's data and documents remain highly secure and confidential. Should you require more information, please contact us.

Clients are reviewing matters in Relativity or NuixDiscover with less than 0.5GB of documents in their workspace. Even for smaller projects, reviewing documents in an online eDiscovery review platform provides great benefits. Commencing your review online enables you to scale up when the matter expands. 

Your review team can collaborate much more effectively in the platform. You can isolate documents for production, issues tag and redact documents quickly, and access the documents and your notes from anywhere, at any time. 

For more information, contact us,

Analytics can be used at various stages of a litigation and for different purposes. A common use case is to identify the key facts of the case early on. Unlike traditional keyword searches, analytics is based on how and where ideas and concepts intersect with similar ideas and concepts in a document collection. It can make predictions on relevancy based on input and change how reviews are run to reduce time and cost spend on document review. 

We can’t give an accurate answer to this until we assess the material, however in some cases we’ve reduced the data size by 90% just by undertaking an informed data cull at the early case assessment stage.

To find out more about our Early Case Assessment service contact us.

The goal is to reduce cost and risk by analysing the data up-front, reducing the time and effort of traditional legal discovery. ECA origins revolved around an expert trial lawyer’s ability to survey evidence, synthesize data from multiple sources and quickly laser in on key points. Today, ECA is much more of a data management process, allowing Inhouse Counsel and external lawyers to assemble, analyse and pinpoint key facts as well as reduce the volume of documents requiring review for discovery early on. The result? Tremendous cost savings. 

To find out more about our Early Case Assessment service contact us.

All data associated with the matter will be hosted and analysed in Australia.

To find out more about our Early Case Assessment service contact us.

Reviewers can accept, reject or manually override Blackout’s markups with the Relativity viewer, without interrupting your workflow.

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Law In Order understands the importance of protecting personal information and privileged information during document review. Taking into account the large amounts of data that needs to be reviewed, the cost and turnaround time for redaction can be a huge burden – which is why Law In Order offers Blackout.

We provide a highly-customised Relativity service by offering Milyli’s Blackout which is an automated redaction tool.

To find out more about Milyli's Blackout, watch the video or contact us.

 

Yes, Blackout will identify and automatically redact based on the criteria you have set both on image and native Excel files.

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Law In Order understands the importance of protecting personal information and privileged information during document review. Taking into account the large amounts of data that needs to be reviewed, the cost and turnaround time for redaction can be a huge burden – which is why Law In Order offers Blackout.

We provide a highly-customised Relativity service by offering Milyli’s Blackout which is an automated redaction tool.

To find out more about Milyli's Blackout, watch the video or contact us.

At the outset of any project, Law In Order's consulting team will work with the client to develop a strategy aimed at reducing the amount of data to be reviewed. This might include removing duplicate documents, threading emails or discounting data that falls outside a particular timeframe. The culling methodologies employed will vary depending on the strategy agreed with the client and the type of data to be identified. 

All of the technologies that we use at Law In Order have been developed specifically for the legal industry and are inherently conservative. For example, the tools we use for technical de-duplication of documents will only remove documents from a set that are absolutely identical - those that share the same hash value, a form of digital fingerprint. If a document is almost identical to another but has one additional full stop or is saved in a different format, it is not a technical duplicate and will not be removed from the review set through de-duplication. There are other options, however, to identify similar documents and we can provide case specific options to streamline the review of those. 

The use of early case assessment technology and techniques such as de-duplication have been endorsed by courts across Australia and provide a quick and easy way of removing duplicate or irrelevant data from a review set in a low risk and defensible manner, leading to significant time and cost savings. 

To find out more information, contact our team.

Responsive documents are documents that contain information relevant to a proceeding or issue.

Non responsive documents are those that are completely irrelevant for the purpose of the review. 

Who created the video, the device that was used to capture the footage, the time and date it was created and the GPS location of the videos and/or images. This information could be used to indicate when or where the item was recorded.

If the phone’s owner ever connected their mobile phone to their work device and created a back-up, the data collector doesn’t need the phone, they can simply access the user-generated back-up. It is possible to easily recover a large amount of data from the phone using the back-up, including deleted data. This will likely include (but not be limited to) communications, documents and photos.

It is ideal to do recovery as soon as possible. The longer the period of time between an incident and data collection, the higher the risk that the data will not be recovered.

Digital Forensics experts can assist with tailoring a forensics collection workflow, collection auditing and staff augmentation needs for collections. Assisted self-collection using preconfigured devices (to collect certain folders, files types, etc) and other remote collection services are also a possibility.

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