At Miller we believe that law firms of all sizes should consider mental health as part of their risk mitigation. Not only is it the right thing to do to support your employees, it also helps to reduce risk, errors and potential claims.
Redbrick Solutions, the award winning conveyancing case management provider, has launched a new service to help conveyancing firms compete and succeed in a post lockdown world.
Start-up law firm Exclusive Law is implementing the Proclaim Practice Management solution from Eclipse, the Law Society Endorsed legal software provider.
Leading search companies in England and Wales have teamed up with risk and compliance experts Lexsure to enable law firms to order a LENDERmonitor LM04 Policy Search alongside other conveyancing searches.
The conveyancing market experienced a turbulent ride in Q1 2020 as a post-election bounce in January was swiftly curtailed by the coronavirus pandemic resulting in a steep downturn in March, according to the Q1 2020 edition of the Conveyancing Market Tracker from Search Acumen, the property data insight and technology provider.
With the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, the legal industry has already seen incredible changes in the way it operates, with more firms and legal professionals working remotely than ever before. As technology continues to evolve with digital transformation as a whole becoming an increasingly important focus in the sector, it is helping to support more flexible working practices, improve productivity and reduce cost.
Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) represents one of the most robust data privacy laws in the world. It gives European citizens the right to ask organisations how their personal data is collected, stored, how it’s being used, and request that personal data be safely deleted. It requires companies to clearly explain how personal data is stored and used, plus obtain your consent before collecting it.
Atkins Dellow were the Suffolk-based branch of London firm Atkins Thomson. Stepping out as an independent firm of 30 users in Bury St Edmunds they needed to choose new case and business management systems.