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The most successful class action and mass tort firms are adopting technology at a faster rate than the legal industry at large because they rely more heavily on scale and efficiency than other practice areas.
They’re different tools in the toolbox — but they need to be applied to the right cases
Little efficiencies, when amplified over hundreds of thousands of documents, can save real time
There was a clear need for a digital platform to help coordinate retrieval and storage
It’s no secret the legal world moves slowly in most things, and embracing technology is no exception. But as the market changes and innovations are more readily accessible, law firms should prepare for clients demanding a more tech-forward approach.
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The world as we know it is changing. The legal industry must accommodate these changes. With an endless number of sites, tools, and resources out there, how do you know what’s worth your time?
Requesting medical records is a time consuming and often times frustrating experience. See the true time and material costs of requesting records.
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