Special Feature: Cutting-edge tech critical in supporting PI firms' shift to more complex litigation

Medchart broadening capabilities to revolutionize class action and mast tort work

Special Feature: Cutting-edge tech critical in supporting PI firms' shift to more complex litigation

Personal injury firms are looking to diversify their revenue streams in the wake of regulatory changes, and  they’re moving towards multiple-plaintiff work as a business line. With the readily transferable skills of PI firms, the new direction makes sense.

In this special feature from Medchart, understand why technology plays a critical role during this shift, and as class action and mass tort work become top issues for Canadian litigators.

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  • How personal injury firms can capitalize on the shift to multiple-plaintiff work
  • How the Canadian market can leverage modern litigation technologies
  • How Medchart is changing the game and providing firms with an advantage

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