AJ Chambers provide specialist recruitment, mergers & acquisitions and expert market intelligence across the Legal and Public Practice sectors. We provide: A fast, effective, professional and proactive candidate attraction service Unrivalled expertise and service to our customers M&A advisory services… Read More
R&R Solutions helps retiring and restructuring solicitors withdraw from specific sectors of the legal market, whilst ensuring 100% of the recoverable WIP value is retained by the law firm. We work alongside solicitors, accountants, restructuring lawyers and restructuring specialists to… Read More
TO SELL OR NOT TO SELL? / TO BUY OR NOT TO BUY? The opportunity has arisen to take a step back and assess the future of your law firm. Without any distractions. What may present as the right course… Read More
Specialist service provider for law firms looking to exit entirely or exit a given area of the legal services market. The services provided by Recovery First Limited were launched at the start of 2013 to coincide with the changes to… Read More
Lockton are specialists in providing solicitors of England and Wales with professional indemnity insurance solutions. Our extensive access to leading PII insurers is complemented by a full suite of insurance and risk advisory services.
Supporting solicitors throughout the PI insurance lifecycle. Choosing the right professional indemnity (PI) policy is one of the most important decisions a law firm can make. It protects your business and offers you peace of mind.
O’Connors is a firm of business lawyers and advisers that helps clients accomplish extraordinary and lasting results.
Good customer service should be a priority for any business and, if you want to stay ahead of the competition, something that’s constantly under review.
There was welcome guidance from the Competition Appeal Tribunal this week for funded cases looking for certainty following PACCAR, with the renegotiated Sony litigation funding agreement upheld as lawful.
The legal industry, steeped in tradition, precedent, and the intricacies of human interpretation, is witnessing an increasingly apparent integration of artificial intelligence as the digital era progresses.
What new challenges will conveyancers face in the next generation, and how can they be better prepared to address them?
Assumed AML checks leave barristers and chambers vulnerable: Key takeaways from the SRA’s Annual AML Report