Next Phase Arbitration | Laura Keily, Immediation

Next Phase Arbitration | Laura Keily, Immediation

David Woolstencroft catches up with Laura Keily, Founder and CEO of Immediation.

Laura expresses her excitement with the recent announcements with Maxwell Chambers and Clio, further elevating their international market reach in arbitration and dispute resolution for law firms. What do these announcements actually mean for Maxwell's clients? And how does this impact Immediation’s presence in Singapore and the international market? 

Laura also talks about the seamless integration of Clio’s marketplace enables data to be accessed, stored and transferred to the Immediation platform easily when conducting digital proceedings, hearings and conferences. How could law firms leverage this technology? And how does this support lawyers in dealing with matters effectively? Importantly, how does this support Immediation’s platform that aims to protect client-lawyer ethics, documents and privilege?

As Laura mentions, this signifies the first law firm case management integrations, to bring together purposeful technologies for litigators and lawyers on a subscription basis.  They discuss how partners are interested in reselling the technology for client relationship management and the importance of document management systems to optimise efficiency.

Watch the video for more detailed news on Immediation's recent announcements with Clio and Maxwell Chambers.

 

 

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