Teal Compliance genuinely cares about its clients, compliance and the wider world. Teal Compliance is led by Amy Bell with over 22 years’ experience in the Legal Sector she chaired the Law Society’s Money Laundering task force from 2015 – 2018 and recently was a guest of the Queen for her services to the UK legal profession. She is a thought leader on the issues of compliance, AML and COLP.
Hayes Connor Solicitors is a niche firm operating in the data breach and protection sector. We help our clients to claim the compensation they deserve following data protection breaches and other cyber offences such as computer fraud, identity theft, defamation, hacking, phishing scams, and more.
At National Accident Helpline, if you’ve been injured in an accident and it feels wrong, we can help make it right. We’re the UK’s largest and most trusted personal injury claims company and, with 25 years’ experience, we’ve helped more… Read More
Is your marketing delivering the quality of leads you really need to maximise the performance of your business? In such a competitive industry, businesses are seeing that their marketing budgets aren’t stretching as far as they used to. First4Lawyers are… Read More
Allianz Legal Protection is one of the longest established providers of Legal Expenses Insurance (LEI) and services in the UK. Our expertise in delivering legal expenses solutions can be evidenced through the varied distribution channels in which we operate. These… Read More
Hudgell Solicitors is a national law firm that specialises in personal injury and medical negligence compensation claims. Our team of expert solicitors are all highly qualified and will work tirelessly to make sure our clients receive the full compensation they… Read More
O’Connors Legal Services Limited is gaining a national and international reputation as the legal adviser of choice for solicitors, barristers, CMCs, funders and others operating within the UK legal services sector. We aim to provide a blend of legal, regulatory, tactical… Read More
Nearly half (48%) of the top 150 law firms have reported data breaches since the GDPR came into force in May 2018. And, of those breaches, 41% were a result of emailing the wrong person.