Wheels of justice turn quickly to new practices in pandemic

Next-gen legal tech, as supplied by firms like TrialView, Bundledocs and Johnson Hana, has been embraced by the law community at speed as the pandemic forces change in the way the law sector works

1st November, 2020
Wheels of justice turn quickly to new practices in pandemic
Frank Brooks, chief technology officer at TrialView: ‘ ‘We focused a huge amount of ourresources on getting video into the system.’ Picture: Bryan Meade

Mr Justice Denis McDonald was effusive in his praise: TrialView had worked seamlessly and the test case between FBD and four publicans over business-interruption insurance policies had gone off without a hitch.

“The whole TrialView system worked very well, if I may say so. For the purposes of this case it has, I think, worked extremely well and I'm very grateful to everyone at TrialView for the way in which we were able to cooperate...

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