Mathew Titus and Brandon Smith of plaintiffs firm Titus Smith, which formed earlier this year, said their tech-forward approach has helped them keep cases moving during the coronavirus pandemic.

“COVID was not in our business plan, but we’re ready for it,” said Smith, who joined Titus from personal injury firm Shiver Hamilton at the end of January. The firm relies on technology like iPads, Clio practice management software and Slack to manage more than 100 files and still give each proper attention.

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