Month: February 2022

vLex launches new Content Explorer

vLex’s Content Explorer is a valuable tool that has been developed to enable the legal community to discover more information than ever before, in an attempt to aid and enhance research. vLex’s brand new intuitive Content Explorer discovery tool will allow practitioners, law librarians and researchers to effortlessly browse through vLex’s extensive global collections. The […]

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LEAP expands further in Ireland

LEAP, the world’s leading cloud software provider for small to mid-sized law firms has further expanded in Ireland, with a new office opening in Dublin at 26 Pembroke Street Upper and new staff based in Belfast, focusing on the market in Northern Ireland.  LEAP has now been operating in Ireland for 4 years, after opening […]

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Danny Curran of Finders featured in the Express

Founder of the award-winning firm Finders International, Danny Curran featured in the Express discussing how to find lost inheritance and looked back on some of their successful stories. One example is that of an 82-year old man who passed away in East Anglia. While it was first believed he had an estate of £5,000, the […]

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Do businesses have a duty to remove asbestos from their workplace?

In this article, we’ll examine the obligations of businesses for removing asbestos from workplaces. In the UK, insurers pay out £200 million a year in asbestos claims, largely to those suffering from Mesothelioma which is caused by exposure to asbestos. Mesothelioma is a rare but aggressive form of cancer which results in death for around […]

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7 ways to help support your immigrant colleagues

As we head toward World Day for Cultural Diversity on the 21st of May, we’re sharing with you seven ways in which you can help to support your immigrant colleagues … In 2022, we’re lucky enough to live in an incredibly diverse world, bringing us into contact with people from all walks of life. For […]

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How to generate more conveyancing work for your law firm

“Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work” – Thomas Edison Conveyancers have been unusually busy for the last 18+ months, but at some point (and arguably for many this has already happened) the rate of transactions will slow down and there will inevitably be a shift […]

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When is a fixed price not a fixed price?

Given the challenges facing the construction and commercial property sectors in the wake of the pandemic, the cost of everything in the supply chain, from land and bricks to leases and legal advisers is likely to come under closer scrutiny. For those scrutinising costs, one question that all law firm clients should be considering is, […]

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