Laird to exhibit with James Caan

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13 June 2014


London Law Expo hosted by Net Law Media is Europe’s largest conference and exhibition of senior management from the legal profession and Laird will be exhibiting at the event in October in London.

Laird – originally set-up as Independent Vehicle Damage Assessors, has expanded its services in recent years to encompass Legal Translation & Interpretation, as well as Photography Services and Accident Rehab.  Exhibiting at London Law Expo gives the innovative business exposure to the wider legal market in-line with their ambitious expansion plans.

James Caan is the Keynote speaker and Net Law Media spoke of his last keynote “Immediately following his investment in Knights Solicitors, James Caan presented one of the most incredible keynotes ever delivered at any Netlaw Media event and this will be no different – A must attend presentation for any law firm or legal business seeking to increase their results and profitability”

For more information on Laird and their range of services, please contact pippa.saunders@laird-assessors.com



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