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Search Acumen comments on ONS UK House Price Index, October 2017

Search Acumen

Today’s house price statistics will bring little festive cheer to the UK’s first-time buyers. While growth in prices has slightly dampened during 2017, the market continues to push itself further out of reach for young market hopefuls who were wishing to put up a Christmas tree in their new home this year.

December 12th, 2017

DocsCorp Releases a Major Update to cleanDocs that Includes Recipient Checking to Stop Unintentional Data Breaches


DocsCorp today announced a major update to cleanDocs, its metadata cleaning tool. cleanDocs 2.0 is the next generation in data leak prevention software, combining metadata cleaning and email recipient checking in a single product. Users can now be confident that private information is going to the right person and that it contains no harmful metadata.

December 12th, 2017

Aaron & Partners strengthens marketing team with senior appointment


Leading legal practice Aaron & Partners LLP has strengthened its marketing team with the appointment of Christos Kottis as its new Head of Marketing.

December 12th, 2017

SearchFlow confirms sponsorship of ESTAS Conveyancer Awards 2018


SearchFlow, the market leading provider of conveyancing search solutions in the UK, is delighted to announce it is the headline sponsor of the second annual ESTAS Conveyancer Awards for 2018, following the successful inaugural event which took place in October this year.

December 12th, 2017

Corporé moves to the cloud with Converge TS

Converge TS

Corporé, one of the largest rehabilitation and injury management companies in the UK, has selected Converge TS to provide a Hosted Desktop service. Employing 120 staff and experiencing growth, Corporé has taken the decision to move to a more scalable and secure environment that gives the company greater flexibility.

December 12th, 2017

Legal Futures Blog

Why lawyers should be paranoid about client confidentiality


In April 2016, a lawsuit was filed claiming one Chicago-based law firm had failed to protect confidential client information. The suit didn’t accuse lawyers at the firm of inadvertently sharing client information. In fact, according to The American Lawyer, “[t]he complaint makes no claim that data was stolen or used against clients.” The claim solely focused on the fact that lax data security could have put client information at risk. In other words, fail to take proper precautions to protect client confidentiality, and you could find yourself in hot water – whether your lack of preparedness breaches confidentiality or not.

December 11th, 2017