O’Neill Patient achieves Legal Eye Quality Standard

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27 October 2015


LegalEye200Leading law firm O’Neill Patient has achieved the Legal Eye Quality Standard shortly after being awarded ISO27001.

The Legal Eye Quality Standard is widely recognised by law firms, and suppliers such as lenders as the leading assessment scheme for best practice, risk management and compliance in the legal sector.

Sue Brown, managing partner at O’Neill Patient says “Compliance is at the heart of everything we do which is just one of the reasons why we have been working with Legal Eye for a number of years.

“The team here at O’Neill Patient are delighted at achieving the Legal Eye Quality Standard which further endorses our commitment to compliance.”

Jaunita Gobby, director of Legal Eye Ltd (subsidiary of ULS Group) says: “O’Neill Patient thoroughly deserves this latest accolade. The Legal Eye Quality Standard assessment covers a wide variety of checks from Risk Management procedures through to Recruitment and Induction policies.

“O’Neill Patient scored highly across the board providing reassurance to their introducers and customers.”



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