1 Sep 2020 • 5 Minute Read
A round-up of From virtual to hybrid - navigating arbitration hearings after COVID-19' from Maxwell Chambers and Opus 2. Watch the webinar in full.
22 Jul 2020 • 4 Minute Read
London’s Commercial Court, in collaboration with London International Disputes Week, is pleased to present, Year 126 and onwards: planning for the future of London’s Commercial Court, a virtual seminar as part of the celebration of the Court’s 125th Anniversary.
3 Jun 2020 • 3 Minute Read
As you investigate solutions to accommodate remote work and virtual proceedings, here are some basic considerations to keep in mind.
1 Jun 2020 • 6 Minute Read
Ian Gaunt, Past President, LMAA provides an introduction to the virtual hearings webinar hosted by LMAA with the IDRC and Opus 2.
15 May 2020 • 4 Minute Read
Reduce friction and empower your case team to organise, share and collaborate across your documents, all in one integrated platform.
11 May 2020 • 3 Minute Read
Opus 2 CEO and Founder Graham Smith-Bernal joined host Ari Kaplan as a guest on the latest episode of the Reinventing Professionals podcast.
27 Apr 2020 • 1 Minute Read
As businesses adjust to the “new normal”, law firms have an opportunity to create technology-enhanced services for clients, extending beyond legal advice.
21 Apr 2020 • 4 Minute Read
A collated list of top tips from barristers on how to run seamless virtual hearings.
20 Mar 2020 • 2 Minute Read
We are pleased to announce our collaboration with the London International Arbitration Centre to support virtual hearings for dispute resolution, helping legal teams minimise disruptions to their proceedings.
28 Jan 2020 • 1 Minute Read
Dorsey & Whitney is turning to vendor Opus 2 for work that goes beyond disputes, where legal technology established its first beachhead.
2 Oct 2018 • 1 Minute Read
Many top-tier dispute resolution practices are turning to Opus 2’s award-winning platform to provide their clients with greater value-add through the course of a dispute.
7 Mar 2017 • 1 Minute Read
Legal tech companies that have opened offices in Singapore say the market is ripe for innovation, but local firms will not change overnight.