23 Dec 2020 • 2 Minute Read
While more complex cases may return to a physical courtroom as soon as public health allows, will some aspects of virtual depositions and court applications stay past 2021?
16 Dec 2020 • 2 Minute Read
Even before the pandemic, arbitration hearings were well ahead of the rest of the profession in adopting virtual and hybrid technology as a more efficient way of resolving international disputes.
20 Oct 2020 • 6 Minute Read
Professional arbitration and mediator, Simon Gault on how adopting Opus 2 transformed his role as an arbitrator.
6 Oct 2020 • 3 Minute Read
In this podcast, Above The Law chat with Charlie Harrel, COO of Opus 2, about building platforms that make virtual hearings actually work.
11 Sep 2020 • 5 Minute Read
Our review of London's Commercial Court's event; Year 126 and onwards: planning for the future of London's Commercial Courts, powered by Opus 2.
17 Aug 2020 • 4 Minute Read
We were delighted to bring together this webinar with GAR in August, 'Modernise your disputes practice: Building connected teams'.
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.
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.
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.