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All About Legal Process Outsourcing
‘Profit’ is the corporate mantra. International law firms, corporate houses and government agencies are taking the Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) route to be lucrative and are increasingly outsourcing their legal work to India to reduce cost and increase efficiency. Like other BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) activities, our legal services in Mumbai, India are affordable and considered to be the most efficient. Legal and Administrative work such as legal research, contract or document drafting, preparation of pleadings, legal claim processing, paralegal and secretarial services, legal transcription, legal billing, litigation support services, legal coding, legal data entry, deposition summary, docketing, proof-reading are various avenues of work that are being outsourced to India.
Outsourcing legal work to sanlegalsolutionslpo.com Outsourcing costs up to 85 per cent less than the cost of using the services of law firms in America or European countries.
Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) is attended by sanlegalsolutionslpo.com Outsourcing in Durgapur ,west Bengal . provides a complete range of integrated legal support services to worldwide legal community and assists law firms and corporate legal departments government and other agencies. sanlegalsolutionslpo.com Outsourcing being a division of an established law firm has good command in the legal arena.
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sanlegalsolutionslpo.com Outsourcing aims is to bring the outsourcing advantages in form of value addition, cost reduction and time operations to law firms, individual attorneys and corporate legal departments, government agencies and other agencies, in English.
As the legal market across the globe becomes more and more competitive, increasing number of international organisations seek state-of-the-art legal process outsourcing services to meet the rising demands of quality and cost effectiveness. sanlegalsolutionslpo.com Outsourcing combines legal capabilities with knowledge of international regulatory standards and a robust technical backend to deliver best solutions at a very fair price. This enables you to focus more on core competencies to upgrade your legal practice to the next level and expand your business model.
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Lawyers today are under enormous pressure to increase their billable hours while at the same time reduce their legal fees and costs. As a result, more and more lawyers are in need of a legal support provider who can reduce their costs, increase efficiency, and improve the quality of their work product so that they can focus on the practice of law. To accomplish these objectives legal process can be outsourced to sanlegalsolutionslpo.com Outsourcing in Durgapur , India from where it will provide legal business process outsourcing solutions to foreign law firms, corporate legal departments, government and other agencies.
sanlegalsolutionslpo.com Outsourcing offers a premier legal support service from our office in Durgapur , India where we employ highly qualified and experienced legal professionals to deliver with accuracy, speed, and reliability the most productive and cost-effective offshore legal support services to meet our clients’ legal outsourcing needs.
About Legal Process Outsourcing
Legal outsourcing, also known as legal process outsourcing (LPO) refers to the practice of a law firm or corporation obtaining legal support services from an outside law firm or legal support services company (LPO provider). When the LPO provider is based in another country, the practice is called offshoring and involves the practice of outsourcing any activity except those where personal presence or contact is required, e.g. appearances in court and face-to-face negotiations. When the LPO provider is based in the same country, the practice of outsourcing includes agency work and other services requiring a physical presence, such as court appearances. This process is one of the incidents of the larger movement towards outsourcing. The most commonly offered services have been agency work, document review, legal research and writing, drafting of pleadings and briefs, and patent services.
This phenomenon has been a part of the legal experience since the 1950s, where it was restricted only to patents. Later, firms began to contract certain services to back door firms. The process of subcontracting part of the legal process to different countries is at a nascent stage, with relatively consistent market growth. Legal process outsourcing has predominantly been to countries that had previously taken advantage of the business process outsourcing wave. LPO providers have established themselves in Canada, India, the Philippines, the United States, Israel, and Latin America.
The concept of legal process outsourcing is based on the division of labour principle, prevalent in law firms, where various time consuming and onerous processes like due diligence are delegated to paralegals, document reviewers or interns. This allows the firm to address the various legal issues that arise on a daily basis while being able to streamline productivity.
The process involves a contract, with due consideration, between both firms. The following are the various methods by which the process could be initiated:
Direct Contract : This is the most straight forward means of establishing contact. The firm needing legal services directly approaches the legal process outsourcing vendor.
Managed Outsourcing : This is a case where the firm establishes contact with a legal process outsourcing vendor and retains a traditional law firm to coordinate the vendor’s activities and to ensure quality control.
Required Outsourcing : This form of outsourcing occurs when the firm mandates a certain level of outsourcing in the legal process, either to reduce costs or to fulfill statutory requirements.
Multi-sourcing : This involves segregating the work assigned to LPO providers in order to reduce risk and take advantage of each provider’s strengths. This approach is helpful in cases where expertise is required on matters of jurisdiction and merits. Having more than one provider “on deck” also allows a service recipient to obtain more favorable pricing. On the other hand, multi-sourcing can be more complicated than other approaches. Successfully managing multiple, competing providers requires strong and effective governance procedures.
Among the leading proponents of this process have been corporate clients concerned with rising legal expenses. The legal departments of corporations began using the services of such providers. Soon these corporations began to pressure their legal representatives to outsource certain legal processes to cut costs.
Cost saving is the biggest attraction for the western firms that outsource their legal work. Indias legal services are widely considered affordable, efficient, and above all, skilled. For a legal job outsourced in India, the U.S. firm pays hardly one-fourth or one-fifth of what it has to pay in the U.S. for the same work.
Most firms and corporations outsource primarily to save cash, and this is considered the biggest advantage for legal outsourcing. While an attorney in major legal markets such as the US may charge from $250 to $700 per hour when performing rote services, legal process outsourcing firms generally charge a small fraction of that price. It has attracted major corporations to outsource specific work outside their legal departments. Many destinations for outsourcing have benefited from the upsurge in bankruptcies and litigations that have occurred in the wake of the Global Financial Crisis. As reported in the ABA Journal, “[t]he market for outsourced legal work is booming in India. While lawyers there are doing a lot of routine work, they are also handling some interesting legal matters, including work for the makers of movies and television shows.”As stated in USA Today, “‘[y]ou could call it “Outsourcing 2.0” or maybe even “3.0.” Now firms are increasingly trying to leverage expertise,’ says Saikat Chaudhuri, an assistant professor in the business school at the University of Pennsylvania. Legal Outsourcing is ‘growing very, very quickly.'”
LPO industry and the Global Financial Crisis
LPO firms in India had predicted an annual growth of 200% due to recession related litigation and the increased need to save costs in the US. Their expectations have not been met. The major reason for this is that US lawyers themselves have started looking at alternative fee structures due to the recession and job losses. In spite of setbacks, the LPO industry has seen growth of about 40-60% in the last year. Although some areas of practice, such as real estate, have drastically collapsed due to the recession, some areas such as litigation, document review, and corporate compliance have gained ground, resulting in business directed to LPO firms in India.
India is considered to be a major destination for legal outsourcing due to its availability of affordable English-speaking lawyers, some of whom are UK and/or US educated, and due to a legal system that is based on English common law. Recently, new frontiers for legal outsourcing have emerged in geographic areas closer to their target client markets. Other established LPO providers can be found in Argentina, Australia, China, France, the Philippines, Singapore, and South Korea, each offering unique advantages concomitant with their distinctive geographic location, language capabilities and regional expertise.There is natural arbitrage between the excellent talented and low cost professionals in India, compared to the US and other developed jurisdictions, especially in the litigation management space. Argentina, by way of example, is an increasingly desirable LPO centre for the U.S. client market due to its proximity in terms of its western hemisphere location, time zone similarity, and cultural ties to the United States. Sri Lanka, as an additional example, is an Indian competitor whose success has come from a familiarity with British law, a strong economic infrastructure, online freedom, and marketing by Indian policymakers. LPO providers in India and in these new frontiers are increasingly utilizing onshore and offshore US and UK-licensed attorneys as part of their outsourcing offering as a means to create greater quality controls, expand into more sophisticated offerings, and instill higher confidence in the ethical treatment of client sensitive data.