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What’s the Safest Way to Share Legal Documents?
By: Lori Noonan, Legal Vision Group

Going paperless was supposed to make things easier for law offices. For the most part, we have indeed seen a lot of benefits, including: using fewer supplies for printing; higher productivity due to availability and accessibility of information; positive environmental impact; and overall cost savings.

Sharing legal documents digitally makes good business sense, provided this information can be kept safe and secure. As with paper documents, and maybe even more so with digitally shared documents, it takes a concerted effort to ensure documents and the information contained within them – remains secure. This process can be greatly improved through end-to-end document management and production support.

Sharing Paper Documents

The sheer volume of paper documents coming into any law office can be overwhelming. Paper documents that come into the office can be converted into scanned formats that allow for easy sharing. By coding and numbering each document, much like a database, these documents can be searched and quickly retrieved. Should the need arise, the document can be reprinted on paper for any purpose.


Lori Noonan is a California licensed attorney, has practiced law as a litigator, and is an Account Executive at Legal Vision Group in Century City.  She can be reached at


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