Even in a well-resourced legal team, capacity can be an issue. A significant amount of time can be tied up in tasks that are time consuming and inefficient, stretching the available resources to the limit and away from issues for which their input could be far better used.
I sit in a world of investigations and expert evidence in disputes, both consulting and independent, and work frequently with in-house legal teams. A common challenge is the plethora of information sources and the volume of data therein. I now consider technology and its various uses as an integral tool in my work and I see how it can benefit those I work alongside and not just those involved in disputes.
This article was first published in ACC Australia’s E-News on 6 June 2018.