On the 7th February Emma Petty posted the latest blog report for the Public Law project at HMCTS. This is an important project for all users of the Family Courts including Local Authorities and suppliers of bundling software tools for Local Authorities. In the Public Law project, there are at least nine possible sub-projects, all of […]
All cases at the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Courts will be dealt with electronically from 1 July, as the government plans to go paperless by 2021.
DIFC Courts adopts the most globally advanced version of the e-bundling service, pioneering new online dispute resolution services All cases filed from 1st July 2018 will be paperless following adoption of electronic bundle technology Dubai, United Arab Emirates; 7 February 2018: Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Courts has become the first court in the Middle East […]
The latest practice direction from The Honourable Mr Justice Popplewell calls for greater efficiency in justice. The Honourable Mr Justice Popplewell has laid down strict guidelines for efficient application submission, making it clear that failure to follow these guidelines will result in the rejection of an application. Thankfully, this process will not worry CaseLines users. They already enjoy the confidence that comes from […]
CaseLines: time to take a second look? ‘Online courts, case management & CaseLines have moved on. We have increased our market share, our areas of excellence & our impact on digital litigation. Paperless courts are happening now and our latest innovations, outlined below, focus on the needs of trial lawyers and address the challenges of de-duplication […]
CaseLines and Iken, leaders in digital case management for Local Authorities, today announce their joint initiative to deliver integration to allow Iken clients to send evidence documents directly from Iken to CaseLines Digital Courtroom technology.
Continuing to break new ground in digital evidence management, CaseLines today announced the first fruits of its new artificial intelligence research programme.
Weeks after announcing over 50 million pages, CaseLines now has over 200,000 cases stored online.