We have developed a new feature which allows eBrief Ready users to upload non-PDF files to the platform. It is now possible to upload many different file types including video, audio, image, emails and Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) files.
Speaking as a panellist on The Law Council of Australia’s recent ‘World Masters Webinar Series’, under the topic ‘”PC19″ Post Covid – Bring the future forward’, a number of common themes emerged as being highly prominent within the legal landscape.
When eBrief Ready became residents of Lander & Rogers’ LawTech Hub powered by YBF Ventures in 2019, there was no consistent approach to the sharing of briefs between solicitors, barristers, courts and other parties involved in matters.
The process of being able to synchronise your documents with your brief, and then download it with the annotations included, is going to save you and your team a significant amount of time and unnecessary confusion.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) is all anyone can talk about at the moment. For most law firms, barristers, and in-house legal teams, it presents some unique challenges, namely, employees needing to work from home.