As we move into week two of pretty much full lockdown, it is interesting to see traffic trends as they relate to the traditional retail law firm landscape. At Moore Legal Technology, we work with law firms all over the UK and beyond to help them make the most of the Internet and its capacity to generate work.
Did you know Quill provides an electronic library of over 2,000 statutory forms and e-submissions to key agencies? With current working-from-home government measures becoming increasingly longer term in the united battle against COVID-19, law firms using printed legal forms need to switch to an electronic alternative as a matter of urgency.
Bernadette Bennett, Commercial Manager – Legal at Moneypenny, explains why it’s a good call for organisations to focus on answering the phone – and doing it well – during unprecedented times.
The UK Government has designated solicitors involved in the execution of Wills as ‘key workers’ to try to meet the surge in demand of people writing their Wills in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Award-winning lawyers and business advisers, O’Connors, has launched a virtual coffee shop called Café O’Connors to support their business friends around the world.
LEAP, the legal practice management software provider, has announced that it is offering fully remote implementation to law firms across the UK and Ireland to help expedite their transition from a server-based set-up to the cloud and enable staff to get up and running working from home as soon and as effectively as possible.
Business continuity is a priority risk facing organisations following the outbreak of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) globally, with cases likely to increase.
SearchFlow – the UK’s leading provider of conveyancing search solutions – is today announcing the introduction of a data-backed Continuity Property Solution, which is designed to help keep the residential property industry moving in these unprecedented times.