Year: 2019

Serious injuries after a car accident

Car accidents are hugely unpleasant and stressful – and that’s just the minor incidents. When you’re involved in anything more serious, it becomes time to consider legal action and car accident claims. Driving can be a real danger. Although the casualty rate after road traffic accidents is continuing to fall, we’re still seeing a large […]

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Implementing self-service technology for your clients with a web portal

Clients are precious, after all, they pay the bills. And yet, despite their importance, so much effort goes into finding new clients as opposed to looking after existing ones. A happy client not only provides repeat business but is a great source of referrals and this is exactly why SME firms across the UK are […]

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LEAP partners with FileMan in the UK

Simple and reliable archive management for law firms FileMan, the specialists in records management for the legal profession, are launching in the UK this November as a business support partner to LEAP Legal Software. FileMan will enhance the LEAP product by offering archiving for law firms’ closed files offsite. FileMan saves valuable office space and […]

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Wiglaw launches with a guide to the law of nuisance

Wiglaw is a new website maintained by Gordon Wignall, barrister. It will provide guides to a number of areas of the law. The first is a short guide to the law of nuisance. The site is intended primarily to be of use by informed members of the public who want to use it in conjunction […]

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Internet Newsletter for Lawyers November/December 2019

The latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is now published. In this issue: Websites – Eduardo Ustaran of Hogan Lovells explains how to get cookie consent right, compliant and applying best practice Online courts – Nick Holmes reviews Richard Susskind’s Online Courts and the Future of Justice Websites – Susan Hallam of Hallam […]

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What insurance does your business need?

The insurance industry in the UK represents huge business, whilst it’s also categorised as the largest in Europe and the fourth largest anywhere in the world. Businesses makes the biggest contribution to this vast and lucrative industry, thanks to the sheer size of the assets that often need protecting and the diverse range of products […]

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The importance of evidence in personal injury claims

Evidence is essential to the success of a personal injury claim. Without it, it will prove difficult to obtain the justice that you’re entitled to. This means you need to ensure that you’re collecting as much of it as you can. You’ll also need to be willing to be medically examined by specialists to prove […]

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Cybersecurity for Lawyers

Cybersecurity for Lawyers is a primer for lawyers on practical cybersecurity, to improve the security of your law firm. It is a wiki (remember them?), so as well as using it for your own reference, anyone who registers can contribute. It is run by internet, tech, and telecoms law firm, decoded.legal and is aimed mainly […]

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When the NHS harms rather than heals

When you go into the health centre or clinic, the thought of medical negligence is likely far from your first thought. However, it does happen. NHS Resolution – the body responsible for managing claims against the NHS – confirmed in its ‘Annual report and accounts 2018/19’ that in that time period, it received 10,678 new […]

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The importance of technology in selling a house

At a time when the UK property market is not exactly flourishing, those wanting to sell a house need to ensure they are doing all they can to give their properties an edge. According to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, September’s property market saw “housing sales remaining subdued, and buyer demand and supply slipping […]

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