Who are Australia and New Zealand’s most innovative?
In response to the rapidly changing face of the legal industry, LexisNexis® Pacific, a leading provider of content and technology solutions, and Janders Dean, an independent management consultancy company specialising in providing expert advisory services to law firms and corporate in-house legal departments across the globe, today launched Australia and New Zealand’s first Innovation Index in the legal industry.
Poster session on Predictive Coding Technology Research & Developments
UBIC, Inc. participated in the recently concluded Asian Summer School in Information Access (ASSIA) 2013 held at the University of Tsukuba over three days from June 22, 2013, and presented about the company’s advanced Predictive Coding technology, CJK TAR.
Comprehensive Functionality Enables Established Australian Firm to Improve Processes and Increase Efficiency
Thomson Reuters Elite today announced that leading mid-tier law firm Bartier Perry has rolled out Envision™ as its complete matter and financial management system. Bartier Perry, based in Sydney, Australia, selected Envision to execute its long term strategy of providing top-tier service with lower overheads.
Top New Zealand IP law firm expands use of online technology to enhance service delivery for patent and trademark clients
CPA Global’s First To File® (FTF), a leading provider of hosted intellectual property (IP) management technology, announced today that top New Zealand law firm James & Wells Intellectual Property is expanding its use of FTF’s Electronic File Room™ (EFR) electronic IP information management system by deploying the Patents module.
Hynes Lawyers and its subsidiary legal business process outsourcing company, Diversify BPO, have rolled out Winscribe’s cloud-based dictation solution, the company announced in a statement today. The Brisbane-based commercial law firm employs the latest workflow technology and focuses on optimising internal processes in order to offer highly competitive, flexible pricing and quality service to its clients.
Catalyst Repository Systems, Inc., a pioneer in providing cloud-based technology platforms for global compliance and litigation matters, today announced an expanded Japanese presence with the opening of its new office in Tokyo. Catalyst has relocated to larger premises in central Tokyo, close to many of Catalyst’s clients, as well as to large multinational corporations and prominent law firms such as Paul Hastings, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Nishimura & Asahi, Anderson Mori & Tomotsune and TMI Associates.
Thomson Reuters Elite users experience product previews and new innovations at VANTAGE 2013
Almost 100 delegates from over 30 law firms and other professional services organizations – 130 attendees overall – experienced first-hand a wide range of product previews and best practice seminars at the latest and largest ever annual Asia Pacific Regional Conference from Thomson Reuters Elite.
3E Continues to Expand in Asia with Leading Chinese Law Firm
Thomson Reuters Elite today announced that premiere full service law firm King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) China has joined the rest of the KWM businesses in deploying 3E®, the market leading practice and financial management solution for local and international law firms.
Leading South Australian law firm, Minter Ellison SA/NT has chosen Phoenix to provide support and training for Autonomy WorkSite. After reviewing their existing support arrangement, the firm chose Phoenix for their expertise and 24x7 global support services.
Centralized Data Repository Results in Significant Business Efficiencies and Return on Investment
Thomson Reuters Elite today announced that DibbsBarker, a leading commercial law firm, has deployed MatterSphere® across its offices in Sydney and Brisbane. MatterSphere is legal matter management software that provides a central location for all of DibbsBarker’s matter-related data. It has significantly enhanced the firm’s client and matter opening processes.
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