Opus 2, the leader in cloud-based collaboration solutions for the legal sector, has deepened its commitment to Asia-Pacific with the appointment of Rachel Foxton as Head of APAC.
Smokeball has streamlined its end-to-end experience for family law professionals with the acquisition of the industry leading platform FamilyProperty, an innovative product which empowers families to resolve parenting and financial issues more efficiently, amicably, and cost effectively.
Control Risks today announced it is expanding the firm’s global e-discovery offering with the addition of Relativity’s cloud-based e-discovery solution, RelativityOne, in Singapore.
Smokeball, the innovative Australian legal practice management software, has been awarded fourth place in the WRK+ Best Places to Work benchmarking study ahead of more than 150 other companies.
iManage, the company dedicated to Making Knowledge WorkTM, today announced that Arnold Bloch Leibler (ABL) – the storied independent Australian law firm renowned for advising clients on high-stakes transactions and disputes – has chosen iManage Closing Folders to simplify its legal transaction processes, becoming the first Closing Folders customer in the APAC region.
Opus 2, the leader in cloud-based collaboration solutions for law firms, today announced it has entered a two-year strategic partnership with the Law Society of Singapore (LSS), a key provider of continuing professional development programmes for legal professionals in Singapore and the leading industry body in the APAC region.
Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu (NO&T), a leading law firm and the foremost provider of international and commercial legal services in Japan, is using Kira as part of an on-going commitment to deliver innovative and results-oriented legal solutions to clients who seek M&A counsel.
Relativity today announced that its secure, end-to-end SaaS platform RelativityOne, is now offered in Korea. Intellectual Data is the first e-discovery service provider in Korea as well as the first Relativity partner in Korea to offer RelativityOne, matching the growing need for enterprise cloud services in Korea and throughout Asia.
Relativity today announced that its secure, end-to-end SaaS platform RelativityOne, is now hosted in Singapore. KPMG in Singapore was the first Big Four firm to offer RelativityOne in Asia and is the first Relativity partner to offer RelativityOne in Singapore, demonstrating its commitment to expand cloud capabilities in the region.
Growing client demands and international expansion drove Phi Finney McDonald, one of Australia’s most successful class action law firms, to find a practice management solution that offered multi-currency options and anywhere, anytime access to critical systems, all in a secure cloud environment.
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