The amendments for the 5th Money Laundering Directive comes into force on 10th January, and with Christmas and New Year in the meantime, this realistically gives lawyers around 15 working days to get everything that is required into place.
In an ideal world incidents and issues would not happen, but unfortunately, we don’t work in such a world. At some point something is likely to go wrong whether it be a mistake on a client file, or a cyber breach or incident. When an incident does occur, rectifying and learning from it is the important thing.
Linsey McDonald FCILEx, who is also an Associate at Switalskis in Wakefield, has been voted Family Law Chartered Legal Executive of the Year. She was presented with the title at the 2019 Family Law Awards ceremony in London last month.
In the modern climate law firm efficiency and the implementation of technology are inextricably linked. Technology has the potential to reduce time scales, drive more efficient processes and create an increasingly smooth and transparent customer journey.
Shared Legal Services (SLS) from Wokingham Borough Council and the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead began looking for a new case management system in early 2018. A key consideration for them was the ability to work remotely with the best security levels that were available.
Landmark Information, the leading provider of information to the UK property market, has hosed a special pre-election webinar to compare the major political party manifestos regarding brownfield development, urban development and housing.
The appetite for next generation technology amongst legal firms shows no signs of slowing down, as Advanced today announces that more than 700 law firms have now adopted its ALB Practice and Case Management System.
On 10th January 2020, the fifth anti-money laundering directive (5AMLD) comes into force throughout the UK with the aim of significantly reducing money laundering and terrorist finance.