Cutting pink tape: The increase in electronic bundling

Over the last 12 months, electronic bundling (or eBundles) have grown in popularity in legal teams across Local Authority, Private Practice and now even the Law Courts.

This webinar, presented by David Chapman, covered what are considered the main driving forces behind the rise in electronic document bundling use.

Pioneers of Electronic Document Bundling

In addition, this 30 minute webinar will uncover who the pioneers of electronic document bundling are in the UK, why they have pushed to adopt electronic bundling and the benefits they have been rewarded with as a result of using eBundles.

The webinar was recorded on the 10th June 2015, and gives a brief understanding of why the legal landscape is changing when it comes to producing document bundles for the courts.

The Data Room Solution:

  • Electronic bundles (pdf) are created instead of printing
  • Each case has its own 'data room'
  • Parties (Solicitors, Barristers, Judiciary etc) added to each case
  • Documents can be uploaded and downloaded (subject to access)
  • eBundles donloaded onto laptops for use by Court Judge / District Judge / Magistrates in court
  • All activity is secure and audited

Uses for eBundles:

  • Court bundles
  • Deal bibles
  • Board reports
  • Training manuals
  • Induction packs
  • Coroners reports
  • Conveyancing packs
  • Maketing deliverables

Why electronic bundling?

  • Faster - saves over 70% of time
  • Cheaper - reduction in print and storage
  • Accurate and consistent
  • Secure

In summary:

  • Courts are using eBundles
  • Local authority legal teams are using eBundles
  • Coroners are using eBundles
  • Legal practices are using eBundles
  • eBundles are efficieint and growing in demand
  • The recipients of like eBundles because they can put them in their own case management system
  • eBundles are encrypted and are therefore secure

Sir James Munby

"From now on, counter-staff at court offices will be instructed to refuse to accept witness bundles, unless a judge has specifically directed that they are to be lodged, and to require whoever is trying to lodge them to take them away."

Lord Justice Jackson

"The appeal bundle should be an aid to the court, not an obstacle course. The practice direction governing the conduct of appeals is not difficult to understand. It serves a serious purpose. Experienced practitioners should do what it says."


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