Practice Management

Our panel are returning to recap on 2020 and to look forward and discuss what 2021 has to offer the property market

What to expect around Climate Change and Coastal Hazards: Lost to the Sea

- What are the risks?

- When a client wants to buy a property?

- To the chain?

- To the homeowner once they have purchased?

- Subsidence Claims not just the hazard itself: Why do claims occur, what are the different types of claims, what is the claims process, how does it affect property value and marketability?
- How do lenders view claims and how might it impact a purchase process/conveyancing?

Join David Baskerville of Baskerville Drummond who will provide guidance relating to how firms can best prepare when implementing new projects.

Drawing on his 18 years of experience, David will discuss managing change, identifying common challenges, addressing firm wide buy in and outline 5 important factors required to ensure the project runs efficiently and effectively.

Join David Baskerville of Baskerville Drummond who will provide guidance relating to how firms can best prepare when implementing new projects.

Drawing on his 18 years of experience, David will discuss managing change, identifying common challenges, addressing firm wide buy in and outline 5 important factors required to ensure the project runs efficiently and effectively.

With two new law firms launching every working day and the number set to rise in 2021, leading legal software provider Quill has published a new eBook to help entrepreneurs establish a successful business.

The 15-Step Guide to Starting Your Own Law Firm covers everything that start-ups need to consider to get up and running—from business plans and compliance to banking and insurance to managing cash flow and accounts.

It can be said with certainty that this past year has not panned out the way anyone could have anticipated. Whilst a challenging landscape for almost all sectors was forecast; the coronavirus pandemic was nowhere to be seen among our foremost concerns. One certainty that has stayed with us throughout it all; however, is that planning for contingencies in the event of unforeseen circumstances is paramount to the survival of any organisation.

With Brexit, Stamp Duty changes & Coronavirus implications, it’s safe to say that 2021 will be rife with practice and legislative changes in the UK.

This webinar will explore how digital technology has replaced paper-heavy, process-driven working practices that would be previously required to keep up with these changes.

When the new Solicitors Regulation Authority Accounts rules became effective on 25 November 2019, we had no idea a global pandemic was around the corner! 

Solicitors, especially those involved in the finance aspect of the firm, such as COFAs have had to grapple with the implications of the new rules whilst dealing with the challenges of Covid-19.   

Put yourself in the shoes of your client for a moment - thinking of having a Will can be a tough reality for most to face, taking the steps to create that Will can be daunting and finding the right law firm to handle such a sensitive matter can feel impossible.

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