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Evidence Management & Presentation
While your case may be complicated – your pre-trial evidence preparation and presentation solution shouldn’t be!
Delium is a cloud-based solution for litigators and Courts supporting the review, analysis and presentation of evidence at trial or arbitration.
Delium is suitable for all types of cases and all types of users. Whether you’re technically savvy or not, Delium is designed to give you the upper hand in finding, analysing and presenting your evidence.
No matter the size of your practice or your cases, there is a Delium deployment model to suit your user and security requirements. Delium can be deployed in-house, in your Cloud facilities or hosted by an authorised Delium Hosting Partner.
Whichever deployment option you choose, using Delium you can effectively and securely:
- Create and manage your cases
- Upload native and image files
- Review and analyse evidence
- Present evidence at trial or arbitration
- Archive evidence to meet your retention obligations.
Delium has been designed to replicate the way litigators and adjudicators think and work. Delium is an excellent solution for small to medium-sized evidence collections, representative of over 90% of all litigation. Delium’s intuitive interface and analysis tools are easy to set up and once documents have been uploaded to Delium, Users find that they are easily able to search, review and analyse documents.
Beyond its pre-trial capability, Delium is an acclaimed evidence presentation environment, delivering unique capability that is changing the face of trials internationally. Delium’s patented presentation functionality makes it the only etrial and arbitration software in the world that can provide a truly paperless electronic courtroom capable of being run by the legal teams. Delium replicates the best elements of the traditional trial processes and workflows.
First application of Common Evidence and party private editions of evidence in combination in a hearing room.
First entirely legal practitioner operated Technology Court, 158 days of uninterrupted hearings without operational support.
Justice Cooper observes that the use of evidence presentation technology (Delium) accelerated the proceedings by “at least 50%, probably significantly more”.
First application of independent practitioner driven evidence publication and party private editions of evidence.
“I came to the system (Delium - [email protected] Court) with some trepidation in my technologically impaired state”…
“I soon found that the system had been developed to such a high standard of user-friendliness that its use did not detract from my concentration on the trial” …
“the actual trial time saved by not moving, retrieving and returning paper is at least 25%.” …
“it (Delium - Systematics Court) was a pleasure to use” …
“I have since returned to the comparative frustration of conventional techniques of using hard copy documents and transcript”
Justice David Bleby, “The First Electronic Trial, South Australian Supreme Court”, paper prepared at the request of the Historical Collections Librarian of the Supreme Court library.
First Internet accessible evidence presentation “a better "Quality of Justice", by: increasing the capacity to better examine the full range of evidence, allowing more witnesses and more exhibits, in less time, and allowing more access to the courts.” ... “the Plaintiff's solicitors estimated saving of 30% to 40% in hearing time in first eighty days ($3,000,000.00 in legal costs)”.
The Hon. Justice Tim Smith Supreme Court of Victoria “The Estate Mortgage Court System” AIJA Technology for Justice Conference 23rd March 1998 http://www.aija.org.au/conference98/papers/estate/index.htm
New South Wales police Royal Commission - first integration of public and private evidence perspectives.
World first paperless hearing.
“The course of the hearing was greatly accelerated” … “I would estimate in the vicinity of 25 to 30 per cent with proportional cost savings” Justice John Slattery AO, QC, “The Kalajzich Inquiry: Harnessing Technology” (1994) 6(11) Judicial Officers Bulletin 81.