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This is a typical Peruvian District Court where shelf space is a hot commodity. Huge case loads, non-existant management skills and understaffing is the reason why cases drag on for years.

This is a typical Peruvian District Court where shelf space is a hot commodity. Huge case loads, non-existant management skills and understaffing is the reason why cases drag on for years.

Managing legal costs and budget predictability are actual issues that require real solutions. Add this to a lethargic and counterproductive judicial system and you have yourself a recipe for wasted time and money and misallocated resources. Identifying and implementing solutions for these issues has been a hallmark of our firm’s culture. In recent years, as the cost of legal services dramatically rose and the pressure on people and companies intensified, these issues became increasingly acute. We believe that meeting these needs requires new and innovative solutions. For us, it meant looking differently at how we collaborate with our stakeholders to continue to deliver value.

Accordingly, our firm’s Managing Partner is constantly implementing continuous improvement methodologies in several of our day-to-day operations as well as in our practice areas with the goal of improving collaboration, communication, reporting, and efficiency. Specifically, we implement Lean Six Sigma as our primary methodology: a process-driven approach that has enabled us to Define our issues, Measure our numbers, Analyze our processes, Improve our outcomes, and most importantly Control the results so as to perpetuate a cycle of effectiveness. As a result, we deliver increased value to our clients in response to increased market pressures and competitive demands.

The larger the District Court the larger the backlog. Minimal effort is placed by the Peruvian courts to expedite cases. These images are not a thing of the past, rather, it is business as usual throughout the courts of Peru.

The larger the District Court the larger the backlog. Minimal effort is placed by the Peruvian courts to expedite cases. These images are not a thing of the past, rather, it is business as usual throughout the courts of Peru.

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