It’s a well-known fact that many law firms spend huge amounts of time and money on document copying – time and money that they often fail to recover in the fees charged for a case. Using a professional legal copying service is an efficient way to save valuable staff time, whilst reducing the costs spent on expensive print consumables.
Using a legal copying service also provides a way to accurately record the costs involved with copying legal documents, making it possible to fully recover the costs from clients, allowing your staff to utilise their expertise and concentrate on their roles.
For legal scanning Leeds based company www.pro-doc.co.uk are hard to beat. If you work for a legal company you’ll be all too aware that time is money so it’s essential to find a professional document management company that offers a fast turnaround on the copying of all legal documents, including the documentation that’s associated with conveyancing or court bundles.
Digital management of legal documents is normally provided in a PDF file format, with the additional option to include optical character recognition which will allow phrase and word searches throughout the whole bundle of documents or within each individual file. Once your documents have been converted into a digital format, they can be returned to you in a wide range of different formats including DVD, CD, memory stick or an external drive. Some document management companies also offer secure online storage facilities, designed to provide multiple user access as required.
It is also possible to have legal documents copied or printed as ‘hard copies’ and depending on your requirements, it should be feasible to have many thousands of documents printed per day, on a variety of different paper sizes and in various finishes. Once printed or copied, documents can then be collated, stapled or punched so that they replicate exactly the original paperwork.
Electronic disclosure is a process which is used to capture, collate, restore and manipulate large quantities of the legal documentation that is required during the process of disclosure in civil litigation. Electronic disclosure is designed to pinpoint the required documents from large volumes of unsorted documents in a thorough way and when combined with the digitisation of paper documents, should result in a comprehensive library of documents, designed to enable a full disclosure.
Legal copying and document management services are designed to reliable and effectively capture legal data – so rather than struggling to cope with mounds of paperwork, why not let a professional legal document management company take the strain? Using legal copying services will not only free up your time and your staff’s valuable time, it also offers an effective way to accurately pass on the costs that be incurred through copying directly to your clients.