- Wednesday, 6 July 2016
The High Court has imposed an extended civil restraint order on an “obsessional” libel litigant who sent over 100 text messages to the mobile phone of a partner at Pinsent Masons acting for Google UK. She also made complaints to professional bodies.
Tags: costs, Google, High Court, Litigants-in-person
Posted in Latest news, News
Government not keen on more regulation, warns LSB chief – despite issues around unregulated providersFriday, 10 July 2015
The new government is not keen to extend regulation of legal services, including will-writing, the chief executive of the Legal Services Board (LSB) has warned. Richard Moriarty said innovation was key to tackling the “trilemma” facing legal services.
Tags: Google, innovation, Legal Services Board, will-writing
Posted in Barristers, Latest news, Legal Services Act, Legal Services Board, Regulation, Solicitors
- Wednesday, 8 July 2015
Owners and managers of small to medium-sized businesses begin by searching the internet when looking for specialist legal help, a survey by Google has found. Individuals still preferred to rely on friends. Meanwhile, the use of mobile devices to search for law firms is “going bananas”.
Tags: Google, legal searches
Posted in Latest news, Marketing & PR
- Friday, 20 June 2014
InjuryLawyers4u, the leading law firm marketing consortium, is paying Google £8m a year, it has emerged. Andrew Twambley, director of InjuryLawyers4U and managing partner of Amelans, said the consortium was spending £3m four years ago.
Tags: Google, personal injury
Posted in Latest news, Marketing & PR, Practice Management
- Wednesday, 18 June 2014
Two million online searches on legal subjects are made every day in the UK, according to a senior Google executive, who went on to advise lawyers that their future clients would increasingly be reached through video and mobile technology.
Posted in Latest news, Marketing & PR, News, Technology
As law firms emerge from the pandemic, they face the challenges of coping with its aftermath while settling on new ways of working in the long-term.
As we recover from an unprecedented 19 months within our sector, marketing teams and clerks’ rooms are keener than ever to try out something new in the promotion of their businesses.
As we look towards the end of 2021 and at how the Bar has adapted to the harsh realities of the pandemic, the question beckons as to what the future holds.