We help law firms improve financial performance and make their organization a better place to work at by ensuring the entire organization system is aligned and set up to deliver on the company’s objectives.
What is LPO
We perceive the legal process outsourcing (LPO) mostly as a collaboration between your needs and the abilities we provide to cut the expenditures that need to be undertaken in order to become more competitive on the market for the business model to achieve the most.
Our approach has already been tested countless times and has proven to be successful. We work in teams ranging from just few individuals to dozens of people, focusing all the manpower available. We integrate your requirements with our skill set, enabling you to do more for less without the necessity to build a separate team for each new project or litigation you need to prepare for.
Managed Legal Service
We offer you a dedicated project management team that works for your business and follows your instructions on each case. Benefit from our experienced attorneys, legal analyst and paralegals in Europe, UK and US to meet your specific case needs.
Going to Work for You
Some law firms hit a wall in their current businesses and fail to successfully redefine their process overflow. We help them find successful means to not only reduce costs, but most importantly improve the response times.
We pride ourselves in legal research and analysis, especially when dealing with complex and time-consuming tasks in a more affordable way. Our network integrates different business needs across various fields enabling a seamless transition between varying regulations and legal systems.
Key Benefits of Legal Outsourcing
- We help align the litigation strategy with key objectives
- We advise global clients in cross-border litigations
- We efficiently consolidate global functions and guarantee business continuity
- We help break down barriers leading to innovation and standardization
- We customize the project to fit your needs
- We help you understand customer behaviors