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OPUS 2 INTERNATIONAL, THE LEADING BRITISH TECH COMPANY BEHIND PAPERLESS LITIGATION REVOLUTION, RECEIVES PRESTIGIOUS QUEEN’S AWARD FOR ENTERPRISE
April 2018

Opus 2 are proud recipients of The Queen’s Award for Enterprise, becoming the first legal technology company to receive the UK’s highest business accolade.


TRANSCRIPT AND CASE MANAGEMENT MADE EASIER AND MORE MOBILE
September 2017 / KM World

Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease has selected a new transcript management and collaborative case analysis solution. The law firm, which provides business and legal counsel to clients throughout the United States and globally, sought a hosted solution that would allow its case teams to streamline collaboration and share work product among its seven offices across the country.

THE FUTURE IS NOW: GLOBAL LITIGATION, DIGITAL WORKFLOWS AND ELECTRONIC PROCEEDINGS
September 2017 / Law Journal Newsletters

Last year in Miami, a multi-day international arbitration involving two very large global law firms took place in a “pop-up” high-tech hearing room equipped with state-of-the-art evidence presentation and trial bundle software. Paperless trial technology was integrated with real-time interpretation services in Spanish, English and French to accommodate multinational participants and witnesses. Some case team members participated onsite, while others did so remotely from their respective branches in the U.S., the UK and continental Europe.

WHY M&A DUE DILIGENCE FLOUNDERS IN THE FACE OF BIG DATA AND HOW SMART TECHNOLOGY CAN HELP
August 2017 / Financier Worldwide

Is due diligence actually working in today's M&A transactions? To what extent does it help companies achieve the strategic business goals of the deals in question and pave the way for successful integration? Roger L. Martin, writing about M&A in the Harvard Business Review, suggests that "typically 70 to 90 percent of acquisitions are abysmal failures".

'SMART' LAW FIRMS LAUDED FOR ADOPTING TECH SOLUTIONS
March 2017 / Singapore Law Watch

On Jan. 9, the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL) launched a "Legal Technology Vision" road map, aimed at making sure all lawyers within the country are up-to-date with legal technology. But going even further than U.S.-based ethics mandates, such as the American Bar Association's Model Rule 1.1, this vision encouraged lawyers to be part of the solution rather than simply familiar with it...…

SINGAPORE'S JUDICIARY IS FOCUSED ON LEGAL TECH, WILL THE INDUSTRY FOLLOW?
March 2017 / Legaltech News

Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease has selected a new transcript management and collaborative case analysis solution. The law firm, which provides business and legal counsel to clients throughout the United States and globally, sought a hosted solution that would allow its case teams to streamline collaboration and share work product among its seven offices across the country.

COURTROOMS AND HEARING ROOMS OF THE FUTURE: FIVE KEY TECHNOLOGICAL TRENDS FOR 2017
January 2017 / Legaltech News

Last year in Miami, a multi-day international arbitration involving two very large global law firms took place in a “pop-up” high-tech hearing room equipped with state-of-the-art evidence presentation and trial bundle software. Paperless trial technology was integrated with real-time interpretation services in Spanish, English and French to accommodate multinational participants and witnesses. Some case team members participated onsite, while others did so remotely from their respective branches in the U.S., the UK and continental Europe.