Did you know that our new document management system – called DocsHub – brings all your files, emails, legal forms and other important documents together, safely and centrally stored inside Quill?
During the recent Access All Areas virtual conference, Darren Gower (Access Legal Sales Director) was joined by a panel of industry experts to discuss the latest trends, challenges and opportunities we’re seeing in the legal sector.
On 4th January 2021 Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the Country would be thrust into Lockdown for the third time. With shops, restaurants and schools closed; people on furlough and socialising back to Zoom quizzes, it would be easy for one to assume that society has gone on hold. However, as we are sat at home there is no better time for us to reflect, review and most importantly plan our lives ahead no matter how unpredictable they can be.
We recently had Census day, which takes place every 10 years. According to the Government it gives them the most accurate estimate of all the people and households in England and Wales.
Moneypenny has joined forces with LeadersinLegal to help legal firms access proven methodologies for accelerating business growth.
The future of the legal sector is digital. This has been made apparent by both the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Law Society of England and Wales in their long-term plans, which predicts that in 10 years’ time, the existing model of legal service provision will be markedly different and based on a ‘digital first’ approach.
The outlook for competition and financial services regulators is constantly evolving. To understand the key shifts, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, Nuix engaged Ari Kaplan Advisors to study the best practices for interacting with an array of financial and competition regulators around the world.
For many, Storm Christoph came and went with little incident in January, for some their houses were flooded by the nearby river in a fairly predictable manner like it had done in years past. But for the residents of Skewen, near Neath in South Wales, the flooding came from below ground, erupting out of manholes and forgotten shafts from the area’s past coal mining heritage.