Transcript and case management made easier and more mobile
Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease has selected a new transcript management and collaborative case analysis solution. The law firm, which provides business and legal counsel to clients throughout the United States and globally, sought a hosted solution that would allow its case teams to streamline collaboration and share work product among its seven offices across the country.
Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease also wanted to standardize processes and workflow among teams to more effectively manage transcripts, deposition videos, designations, annotations, facts and chronologies and other case details.
The law firm chose Opus 2 Magnum from Opus 2 International to transition away from costly, underused third-party legacy products. The firm’s decision makers were impressed with Magnum’s ability to eliminate syncing and latency issues with video, as well as with the ease with which they could manage and search across transcripts, import multiple file types and automate exhibit hyperlinking, according to Opus 2.
Julie K. Brown, litigation technology executive manager at Vorys, says, “Opus 2 Magnum is a unique solution that has turned out to be a real game-changer for us. We chose a very large matter to test-drive Magnum, and the platform has exceeded our expectations in terms of its speed, power and ease of use. Opus 2’s flexible pricing model also played a big role in our selection of Magnum. We look forward to extending our use of the platform to other matters and to more users within the firm.”
Vorys expects to migrate more than 1,000 transcripts to Magnum from a legacy legal transcript management tool that was underutilized and difficult to use from remote locations.
Magnum is designed to help legal professionals stay productive regardless of location and mobile devices employed. Its secure cloud platform keeps everyone connected to rapidly developing case details and strategies that are crucial as the matter progresses, Opus 2 says.