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Search Acumen comments on HMRC property transactions, April 2017

Search Acumen

Andy Sommerville, Director of Search Acumen, comments on HMRC Property Transactions April 2017

May 23rd, 2017

Property Workshops Continue With Key Insights into What Customers Really Want

tmgroup are pleased to announce that they are continuing their series of Property Workshops this June, sharing brand new insights into “What Your Customers Really Want” across the South of England.

May 23rd, 2017

‘Overwhelming’ pace of change in legal costs rules and procedure prompts Burcher Jennings to launch new Costs Masterclass

Burcher Jennings

Four years since the Jackson reforms came into force, and with no respite for law firms from the significant challenges posed by ongoing changes in the rules and procedures for costs, Burcher Jennings has today launched a fully updated Costs Masterclass for 2017.

May 23rd, 2017

Tikit takes to the streets of London with more than 12,000 lawyers for the London Legal Walk

Tikit

Tikit, part of BT Group and leading provider of technology solutions for law and professional services firms will join thousands of legal professionals today in an aid to raise money.

May 22nd, 2017

GDPR: A year to adapt your data governance processes

Oosha

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in May 2018. By now, most professional service firms are beyond needing to understand GDPR – with many already reviewing their processes for storing and processing data.

May 22nd, 2017




















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How to protect your firm from ransomware

Adam Curtis Hoowla

One news item has dominated the headlines over the last week – cyber-attacks and, in particular, the WannaCry ransomware. It is a well-known and well-documented fact that the legal industry, and conveyancing in particular, can be a vulnerable and high value target. This ranges from property hijacking – where fraudsters pose as legitimate owners of a property and sell it on without the real owner’s knowledge – to ‘Friday afternoon fraud’, with criminals contacting a busy law firm to ‘update’ their bank details to redirect funds.

May 22nd, 2017