It’s no secret that complex litigation generates reams of files and paperwork. Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, a law firm specializing in large civil defense cases involving casualty, professional liability, health care, and workers’ compensation, wanted to become a paperless law firm. For the firm, managing large volumes of documentation and ensuring that critical files and documents are available when and where they are needed is critical. With upwards of 500 lawyers in 20 offices scattered across Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Florida, and Ohio, “There is a need to be efficient and manage costs,” explained Roger Bonine, the firm’s Director of Information Technology.
Although the law firm has made every attempt to migrate from paper to digital systems, the basic realities of dealing with clients, other law firms and various court systems creates enormous challenges.
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