Challenges

  • How to manage plethora of litigation under various offences, next date of hearings and incidents
  • What should be the focus – Litigation Management or Business Operations
  • How to deal with personnel’s inadequate knowledge, skills or attrition issues
  • Most importantly, how to consolidate fragmented records, documentation and communication that flow within the departments & organisations
  • If management’s time is absorbed in an insecure environment due to fear of litigations, then how will one be able to concentrate on expansion plans & diversifications
  • How to track and monitor the progress of matters / litigations
  • Possibility of missing out on a legal deadline.
  • Loosing case due to insufficient & lack of timely information. Insufficient and delayed information due to lack of an efficient IT solution in place can be one of the greatest contributor in losing a case.
  • Financial impacts can cause serious injury to the fund position of the company.
  • Reputational damage associated with loss is very high and irreparable. It can even lead to shut down of businesses.
  • The primary reasons for missing a legal deadline can be:
    • Focus is on Business operations
    • High number of legal issues & compliances spread across multi-locations and multi-people having their own inconsistent practices
  • Implications of litigations can result in prosecutions against the top executives even though he or she is not responsible.
  • Scattered data leads to zero control over the status of litigations.
  • The productive time of management should be utilised in product enhancement, client satisfaction, diversification, expansion & other such business strategies. Hence management needs to remain updated about the litigation status at a single click and not by extensive personal indulgence that may result in non-efffective and inefficient management.