Legal technology trends continue to shape the industry, in New Zealand and worldwide. We are seeing constant disruption to traditional legal ways of working. As court services continue to move towards modern technology solutions, we have increased our use of digital technology, which has changed the way in which we engage with our clients.
Our Project Services specialist team applies concepts of project management to the supervision of legal proceedings and case management, using legal technology for greater efficiency. The team works with our legal staff to provide both technical legal solutions and excellent customer experience through its knowledge and resourcefulness. Our in-house team of legal technology and project management specialists is comprised of lawyers, project managers, database administrators and paralegals.
With considerable expertise managing electronic or hard copy information of any volume or format, we use smart, artificial intelligence, and electronic database functionality ensuring our clients experience a ‘no surprises’ approach, with effective communication, resulting in a carefully managed process to deliver on time and on budget.
For more information, please get in touch with our National Project Services Manager, Lynn Holtz.
Engagement, collection and client access
- Advising on how best to collect and manage documentation associated with litigation of any size or scale.
- Scoping, planning and costing each project.
- Granting clients remote access to electronic databases from locations anywhere in the world.
- Involved in all aspects of the discovery lifecycle; overseeing the end-to-end process from collection to production.
- Experienced at reducing the volume of electronically stored information and converting to forms more suitable for review and analysis, as well as processing electronic data sets, extracting metadata and de-duplicating.
- Ensuring practices are in line with Court Rules and Orders.
- Ability to ingest other parties’ discovery material to our electronic review database.
Document review, production and compilation
- Reviewing documents and capturing descriptive information in database fields.
- Preparing methodologies to ensure efficient legal review of material relevant to your matter.
- Producing export data and images to other parties in industry acceptable formats.
- Compiling documents for witness and expert briefing.
- Preparing hyperlinked indices and reports.
- Collating electronic Court Books in line with Court Rules.
- Arranging courtroom set-up and logistics – laptops, screens, printers, and transcription.