From submissions to deeds to contracts, the PDF is the prevailing document format for law firms around the world. With more firms working in a more distributed way, access, mobility and security of PDFs becomes critically important to maintaining productivity.
For many, the novelty of working from home has long worn off and a return to the office is welcomed. For others, months of remote work have drastically shifted priorities, and the expectation is to work from home for at least part of the time.
The whole legal profession is now online and video conference platforms like Zoom are regularly used for everything from client meetings to virtual trials.
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Desloges Law Group
Citizenship & Immigration Law
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In the fall of 2019 Desloges Law Group, a successful immigration firm, reached out to LexCloud.ca to support their move to a new office in downtown Toronto. “As one might imagine, there were many headaches associated with the logistics” says Senior Partner Chantal Desloges.
The switch to more comprehensive electronic filing in Canadian courts has been a major step toward ensuring an efficient and accessible legal system. However, as the profession adjusts to new technologies and more distributed operations, many are experiencing "growth pains", particularly when navigating courts' overly restrictive e-file size limits.