Redbrick Solutions announces partnership with Legal Eye Ltd to offer enhanced compliance services to law firms

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3 June 2013


Redbrick Solutions are delighted to announce their partnership with Legal Eye Ltd.

Legal Eye work with law firms to ensure compliance and optimise best practice and performance. Their extensive and thorough knowledge of the law and regulations ensures law firms are compliant and processes sound. Files are audited to ensure firms comply with the service level agreements they have in place, and very importantly, also the code of conduct.

Redbrick Solutions are one of the UK’s leading, expert suppliers of law firm software.  Their products; Redbrick Practice Management and Business Intelligence include a fully integrated, extensive toolkit designed to support the requirements and responsibilities of nominated persons and assist them in handling their duties in a simple, efficient and safe manner.

Head of Sales & Marketing, Jo Hodges said “Following the sell-out success of our recent COLP & COFA workshops, it is clear that our clients are keen to deliver against their compliance responsibilities. Our partnership with Legal Eye will provide high quality advice to help COLPs and COFAs manage their responsibilities effectively and instill a culture of compliance throughout their firm”.

For a limited period, Legal Eye are offering all Redbrick clients a FREE compliance review of a client care letter, terms of business, website and email footer.

Jaunita Gobby, Director of Legal Eye said “The advice we offer is clear and practical, and we pride ourselves on delivering exceptional customer service and unbeatable work quality, our offer of a Free compliance review, combined with smart use of Redbricks’ software solutions should prove invaluable to nominated persons”.

For further information, please visit www.redbricksolutions.co.uk or call 0845 166 2629.



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