Following a successful pilot of TrialView, the Dublin office of international law firm, DAC Beachcroft, is offering the technology to clients to expedite the litigation process.
Date : 09/05/23
“Following COVID-related lockdowns in Ireland, many hearings are now taking place remotely,” said Gary Rice, Head of DACB Dublin’s Professional, Public & Regulatory Team. “Virtual hearings have been successful, so it’s possible that these types of hearings will continue to be a feature of the Irish legal system in the longer term.
“Having TrialView in place means that, with the agreement of the judge and the opposing side, we can push ahead with hearings and trials, saving our clients, the courts and all parties involved a significant amount of time – particularly given the current backlog in the courts.”
“This is a game changer for many of our clients,” said senior associate Niall Sexton, who headed up the team responsible for getting TrialView up and running at DACB. “The platform provides a one-stop shop for everything we need to conduct inquires and hearings. We’re able to speed up litigation and hearings that would otherwise have to wait for another platform to become available, and it’s a way of working smarter and more securely than on many of the other virtual platforms out there.”
“The applications of TrialView stretch beyond inquiries,” added commercial litigation partner Lisa Broderick, who heads up DACB’s Dublin office. “It is also very suitable for commercial litigation and mediations and to use as a secure data rooms in crisis situations. It’s a very exciting technology and provides a solution with countless benefits for our clients.”
TrialView is the platform of choice for leading, global law firms for the full lifecycle of a dispute, offering a secure workspace for mediation, inquiries, trials and arbitrations.
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