Business Process Management Systems (BPMS) are widely recognized as fundamental component of the IT infrastructure supporting middle-large organization, thanks to their capacity of providing easy-to-read models of how the organization works, and to the capability of enacting these business processes, supporting and monitoring their execution. In this work we present results collected during a feasibility study, that aims to apply BPM concepts to a legal domain: decision and enforcement of preliminary injunctions.

Business Process Management for Legal Domains: Supporting Execution and Management of Preliminary Injunctions

CAPUZZIMATI, FEDERICO;BALDONI, Matteo;BOELLA, Guido
2015

Abstract

Business Process Management Systems (BPMS) are widely recognized as fundamental component of the IT infrastructure supporting middle-large organization, thanks to their capacity of providing easy-to-read models of how the organization works, and to the capability of enacting these business processes, supporting and monitoring their execution. In this work we present results collected during a feasibility study, that aims to apply BPM concepts to a legal domain: decision and enforcement of preliminary injunctions.
JURIX 2015: The Twenty-Eighth Annual Conference
Braga, Portugal
December 10-11 2015
Legal Knowledge and Information System - JURIX 2015: The Twenty-Eighth Annual Conference
IOS Press
279
149
152
978-1-61499-608-8
978-1-61499-609-5
BPMS, business process, criminal justice, preliminary injunctions
Capuzzimati, Federico; Violato, Andrea; Baldoni, Matteo; Boella, Guido
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