Burcher Jennings thanks Sponsors, DAS LawAssist and Millnet for their support in recent Catastrophic Injury Conference

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13 November 2015


Burcher Jennings200Burcher Jennings would personally like to thank their generous sponsors for their valued contribution in making the recent Catastrophic Injury conference a success.

Sponsors of the event included industry specialists DAS LawAssist, one of the country’s leading ATE Insurance Providers, and Millnet, the largest and longest established UK based ediscovery and legal document services providers.

At the event, Millnet showcased their newly launched ‘Medbrief’, a secure online medical records and radiology distribution system for the Clinical Negligence Community, while Richard Whale of DAS LawAssist presented an interactive session on the proposed development of a new ATE policy specifically for Catastrophic Injury claims.

Through a broad range of services and events such as these, Burcher Jennings’ vision is to ensure law firms throughout the UK have direct access to specialist resources amidst an ever-changing legal landscape.

Our sponsors’ support with events such as these has proven to be invaluable and demonstrates a true sharing of values and commitment to supporting the sector.



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