Practice Management

The Law Firm: Aldridge Brownlee Solicitors was founded in 1929 and over the years they have seen steady growth with three offices located in Bournemouth and one in Highcliffe. Altogether the firm employs over 70 people across the team, specialising in personal law – disputes & litigation, family law and business law.  

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The legal industry is utilising more technology than ever before. Law firms understand that in order to be considered as a leader in their respective fields, incorporating both legal IT and the knowledge to power it is now essential.

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DX Group is pleased to announce achievement of ISO 27001:2013 certification for Information Security Management, for the DX Exchange service. The extension of this certification to include the DX Exchange service, is a demonstration of its commitment to data protection and information security management for DX and our member data.

This is a direct response to the needs of DX Exchange members, including legal firms, financial organisations and the public sector.

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With 150 staff based in their Welsh HQ, Capital Law operate internationally as specialist providers of commercial legal services, with expertise ranging from banking to construction, energy, real estate and the public sector.  Faced with a Practice Management System no longer suited to achieving their future goals, the firm embarked on a lengthy selection process, ultimately deciding that Linetime’s Liberate platform was the best all-round product to deliver their requirements.  It was felt that Liberate’s Microsoft SQL database and full suite of applications could hel

Technology is having a profound impact at all levels of our society. Nowhere is this more true than in the
property sector, where there is a live debate about the merits of introducing new technological solutions
versus the risk of moving beyond established practices.

This paper aims to advance that debate by examining the role that technology-enabled Third Party Managed
Account (TPMA) services can play in addressing common issues and improving the experience of property
transactions in the UK.

Key findings

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We live in a digital world where technology and mobile apps have fundamentally transformed nearly every aspect of our lives. Your customers have changed as well as their expectations; they are eager for information, expect clarity, transparent pricing and want to be updated on their case progress.

In short, today’s Digital Era has completely changed client communication and 86% of buyers are willing to pay more for a great customer experience.

Join this presentation to learn:

==> How your firm can adapt to these new demands and be proactive

Taylor Wessing set Kira Systems to work on identifying trends in venture capital deal terms, providing its clients with even greater insight into a fast-moving market. But that’s just the beginning, say Laura Bygrave and Adrian Rainey.

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Landmark Information Group, the leading provider of information to the property market and part of Daily Mail and General Trust plc (DMGT), has announced the appointment of Mark Johnston as Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

Following the retirement of Landmark’s former CFO, David Callcott, Mark has joined the business bringing with him extensive experience in strategy, mergers and acquisitions, commercials, business partnering and transformation, as well as leading large operational finance teams.

Ellisons Solicitors has selected BigHand Speech Recognition to drive internal efficiencies and support flexible working for its team.

Ellisons is one of the fastest growing full-service law firms in the East of England, having almost doubled in size over the past four years.  The law firm, which has recently merged with Bury St Edmunds-based firm Gross & Co. has expanded its overall team to almost 250 staff across its seven offices.

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