Legal firms must remain responsive and accessible around the clock during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to leading outsourced communications company Moneypenny.
As many of us work from home during the coronavirus pandemic, not only are we moving less (most of us anyway) which can have a negative impact on our physical and mental wellbeing in itself, but we are also surrounded by negative news, facing increased pressure from working away from the team, and some will also be on home-schooling duties.
We are in a period of unknown right now. Individuals are trying to come to terms with a new way of living and working while businesses are grappling to be responsive, agile and ultimately stay afloat. Advanced has joined the C-19 Business Pledge as we see our business as a force for good in tackling the coronavirus epidemic by helping in the national effort by caring about our employees, customers and communities.
For many years, Hallow was a sleepy backwater to the north west of the bustling city of Worcester. Now, with tough new house building targets, its district council has found itself wrestling with competing demands to house its local residents. At the same time, they object to what they see as excessive urbanisation of the village into an extension of the city.
InfoTrack have announced a set of educational webinars designed to support conveyancing law firms, including how to minimise the threat of fraud.
Cutting costs without cutting opportunity. Businesses up and down the country are looking at the current situation and considering where they can most effectively cut costs.
The legal sector is embracing a brave new world of providing legal services. We are no longer able to meet with clients face to face and are encountering difficulties in remaining regulatory compliant at a time when legal services are still in high demand.
The coronavirus crisis has led to an increase in phishing campaigns as cyber criminals take advantage of a heightened demand for information and a greater reliance on technology.