Since 2008, we have pioneered the use of technology to modernise litigation proceedings to deliver connected trial hearings and enable remote participation for thousands of litigation practitioners in 90+ countries.
Litigation offers an effective but often more costly path to resolving disputes between parties. Despite the increase in alternative dispute resolution (ADR), litigation remains an important component of the justice system.
Law firms are experiencing increased pressure to achieve efficiencies and cost savings in litigation proceedings. Further, clients are demanding more transparency and engagement from their outside counsel. Opus 2’s multi-award-winning solutions help law firms transform their litigation practice to increase efficiencies that can result in cost savings and enable teams to deliver unique solution-based services to their clients.
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Integrated solutions built on multi-award-winning platform
Our solutions are built on our multi-award-winning Opus 2 Platform. Built by legal experts, our robust, scalable and secure technology has powered thousands of litigation proceedings worldwide.
Combined technology and services
Our experienced services team have worked with hundreds of legal teams to deploy our technology on some of the most complex litigation matters. They will do the heavy lifting so you can focus on achieving the best possible outcomes for your clients.
Flexible and tailored approach
Our technology and services are flexible and tailored to meet your specific requirements. Our team will work closely with you to understand your approach and practices to deliver solutions that reflect and complement how you like to work.
Connect the whole case lifecycle
Litigation cases involve many parties, participants and processes. Our connected solutions are designed to bring all stakeholders and processes together, minimising security issues caused by using multiple tools and facilitating a seamless transition throughout the litigation lifecycle.
Why Opus 2?
Intuitive cloud-based software
Developed in close partnership with legal teams worldwide, our software reflects and complements how legal teams already work. Our cloud-based solutions work on most modern browsers; there is no need to download or install additional software.
Experienced, best-in-class teams
We work only with the best court reporters in the industry. Our dedicated in-house technical and hearing delivery teams have years of experience in setting up connected courtrooms and supporting remote access to proceedings
We are pioneers in the use of technology in the legal industry and have served thousands of law firms, chambers, and their clients globally. We are dedicated legal technology experts who understand the rigours, demands and nuances of legal practice.
Trustworthy and secure
We are an ISO:27001-certified organisation committed to the security of your data. All of the top 50 international law firms and many of the largest enterprises in the world trust Opus 2 to store and manage their information.
“When our litigators see Opus 2, they quickly appreciate its value and are eager to begin using it; Opus 2 quickly becomes an essential tool in their case management workflow.”
“In complex litigation with vast numbers of documents, the Opus 2 platform eases communication between lawyers and their clients, especially when they delve into specific documents. The tagging and search functions are useful for identifying issues and preparing for cross-examination. It also eliminates the fear of losing one’s Post-Its, which is a litigator’s worst nightmare in court! I wish we had started using the platform earlier.”
“I certainly would never like to do another trial without using Opus 2 and Realtime [transcription], as I shall be telling anyone here who cares to listen!”
“But for Opus 2, we would have had to cart 386 arch files to Court - not only did we save some trees, but more importantly, we optimised the Court’s time at trial. The cloud-based system can also drastically improve a litigator’s cross examination preparation and the drafting of closing submissions. This is the future of litigation. This is the way lawyers should litigate.”