Raue PartmbB and CLARIUS.LEGAL are very different law firms but when it comes to document management, they came to the same solution.

Discover why they chose to search further afield for a best-of-breed document management system (DMS) and how they are still able to comply with regulatory requirements in respect of data privacy and security. We will also be joined by the Head of Legal EMEA at Harsco Rail who will be sharing the law firm’s client’s perspective on document management.

Working from home has become the new norm for many of us and is likely to stay that way indefinitely. Back in March and April, law firms had to rapidly rethink their work model, adapting their processes while mitigating the risks that inevitably come with transitioning to new working practices.

As outlined in Chapter 3 of the GDPR, data subjects have certain rights that organisations must provide, including the right to be informed, the right of access, the right to rectification, the right to erasure, the right to restrictive processing, the right to data portability, the right to object, and rights in relation to automated decision making and profiling.

The GDPR has increased people’s awareness of the right to access their personal data. The number and complexity of DSARs received from both customers and employees has increased over the past couple of years. While some have mastered their handling of DSARs, others are finding it a struggle.

A Legal Hold, also known as litigation hold, document hold, hold order, or preservation order, has more commonly been a US term but organisations in the UK and Europe also need to ensure their data preservation practices are effective in mitigating the risk of lost, altered or destroyed evidence in litigation, investigation or disputes.

Time and time again, we hear from law firms that their partners and attorneys simply don’t have the time to use CRM, that their time is better suited in front of clients for billable hours and moving the firm forward.

What if we told you they don’t have to touch CRM at all? That we can help increase adoption which leads to an increase in revenue and ultimately winning more clients?

Almost every law firm currently using CRM and other marketing and business development software is looking for ways to increase the ROI on these technology investments. In the pursuit of success with technology, sometimes learning what NOT to do from people who have dealt with challenges can be more instructive than hypothetical discussions about what you could or should do.

You’ll never be more prepared for a disaster than immediately after a crisis. You’ve learned the hard lessons and know exactly what it takes to keep your firm operational.

But you don’t want to suffer every incident just to prepare. 

We’re going to short-cut that process by talking to four people who’ve been through it and learned the lessons for you:

During this session we will take a deep dive into the practice and case management solutions we offer at Advanced. Our industry leading practice and case management solutions can offer 24/7 access whilst digitising your customer journey from client inception to case closed to ensure informed and happy clients and ultimately repeat business. Advanced has more than 20 years’ experience supporting over 2,000 and our aim is to be the number one supplier of software to the UK legal market.

In our last webinar we discussed what to look for and what to avoid when choosing a practice and case management system. In this next episode of the series, Jamie from Morrish Solicitors will be shedding light on what was important to his firm when they were looking for a new practice and case management system. We’ll look at when reviewing options it is important to determine and understand your firm’s values, so that you can evaluate whether the solution you ultimately recommend can help you deliver on them.


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