An introduction to CaseLines Insights
Law firms are in the process of adapting to the virtual office. Without a central office hub ‘shaping the new normal’ is a phrase we have come across multiple times over the last few days. Andrea Kilby, director of UK business development explains…
Digital bundles are essential for holding effective virtual hearings. Yet, a bundle is not one size fits all. With the rapid adoption of virtual hearings learn how to use CaseLines sub bundle feature to share the necessary documents with the right people ready for a hearing.
Barristers in both public and private family law are increasingly faced with judges demanding that hearings are paperless. This was further reinforced yesterday when The Honourable Mr Justice Mostyn issued an e-bundles protocol for the Financial Remedies Courts.
In September this year, our head of client services, Sarah Sweeting returned to Kent University Law where thanks to CaseLines partnership with the university students will be well prepared for digital trials.
For decades it’s been widely accepted that one ton of recycled paper saves 17 trees. Today however, the calculations are far more complex. But adding the digital revolution into the equation changes everything.
Remarkable statistics on how digitisation is saving ever-greater amounts of paper in law firms, local governments, tribunals and courts across the world make surprising reading.
If you are considering making the move from paper to PDF there are any number of disadvantages you might like to think through first. If you’ve already made the move, fear not – help is at hand.
In today’s workplace mitigating threats to data security are a top priority for legal sector. However, a rising trend in the use of consumer cloud sharing products by legal professionals without the permission of IT departments presents a large threat to confidential data. This widespread practise, often coined ‘Shadow IT’, is the biggest security threat to legal data that you’ve probably never heard of.