Leading outsourced communications provider, Moneypenny, has launched a research project to uncover the trends within legal inbound marketing over the last 12 months.
More than half of the 53% of women who intend on leaving an inheritance have no financial planning in place to ensure the process is carried out effectively and in line with their wishes – this is compared to 41% of men.
In September, some of the most notable data breaches included a data breach involving the details of Afghan interpreters, an unsecured database containing customer records related to wearable technology and fitness services and a cyber-attack against a section of the France-Visas website.
One of London’s oldest law firms is enjoying greater accessibility to data and applications after fully migrating to the cloud, supported by Oosha. The integrated cloud IT services provider, which is now part of law technology specialist Access Legal, was appointed by Westminster-based Lee Bolton Monier Williams LLP (LBMW) to help modernise its legacy IT system.
tmgroup have welcomed Matt Joy into his new role as Sales and Marketing Director at tmgroup. Previously Sales and Marketing Director at Conveyancing Data Services (CDS) – part of tmgroup since 2018 – Matt brings a wealth of industry experience to the role and will play a key part in enhancing the tmgroup and CDS services in unison in the months ahead.
Ground risk specialists Terrafirma has announced further improvements to their leading CON29M and Ground Report to aid conveyancers as part of their Autumn updates, live from Monday 18 October.
Data from the latest edition of Landmark Information Group’s quarterly Property Trends Report has identified a fifth consecutive month of low property supply levels, with new listings reporting lower numbers than pre-pandemic figures in 2019.
One comment I see frequently in blogs is around why law firms should play their part in reducing money laundering when the government is slow in enacting AML legislation and banks and other large corporate entities are seen to be getting away lightly with facilitating money laundering; the short answer is, they haven’t got the SRA looking over their shoulders!