Case Study

First Entirely Practitioner Driven Electronic Courtroom

STUDY Book a Demonstration 100914 Paper IC and Cooper J CHH Evidence Presentation Technology The Challenge The learned Judge and Counsel in a multi-party litigation observed that hearings would be substantial both in terms of the duration of hearings (at that time estimated up to 100 sitting days) and the volume of documentary evidence required …

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Delium eTrial Capabilities Convert Technophobe Judge

STUDY Book a Demonstration 051031 Judgment and Direction Justice Bleby Re Harris Scarf Electronic Courtroom Justice Bleby Archive paper Highlighted The Challenge Lawyers involved in a billion-dollar claim, with an eTrial ordered, found themselves facing a new Judge just weeks out from trial, who described his background as that of ‘technological ineptitude’. This complex, financially …

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Reducing Costs When Running Multiple Matters – We Didn’t Think This Was Achievable!

STUDY Book a Demonstration The Challenge A corporate entity was facing action on multiple fronts: several civil litigations and a regulatory investigation. The actions shared a core evidentiary base but each action required a distinct review approach and access to additional discrete evidence collections. The client had been using an alternative software environment but realised …

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Delium’s Passive Display Supports 500 Aged Plaintiffs

STUDY Book a Demonstration The Challenge A government legal agency was prosecuting related child abuse cases on behalf of 500 elderly plaintiffs. The evidence in these cases was sourced from National Archives and consisted of over 25,000 aged paper documents. The documents contained significant quantities of handwriting. There were 500 stories to be examined, each …

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