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Downloadable and online resources about legal business services from LSN and our networkpartners.

  • Five essentials for secure legal communications with Accellion

    Lawyers work with some of the most sensitive information of any profession. An attorney or client can damage the outcome of a case by mishandling a single critical document, and even a small cyber breach can bring down an entire practice. Law firms therefore are constantly on the lookout for easier and more comprehensive ways to manage these risks. You must defend your communications and data against hackers and inadvertent leaks, both inside and outside the organization. Lawyers frequently communicate clients’ sensitive information to third parties as part of doing business, and these communications need protection. In addition, your cybersecurity systems must keep pace with legal profession changes.
  • Protecting a law firm's global infrastructure with Cyber-DRaaS by Databarracks

    Magrath LLP is a leading practitioner of immigration and employment law services which specialises in assisting corporations and private clients to relocate high-value individuals around the world. Established in 1990, the firm has cemented itself as the legal brand of choice in the business immigration market and among its prestigious roster of clients. The organisation necessarily depends on a global reach toconnect with its dispersed and highly mobile customer base, which it achieves today through offices in London and Singapore.
  • Myhomemove improves home resiliency with Databarracks

    Myhomemove helps around 50,000 people each year to buy, sell and remortgage their homes. In 2011, they were the first UK organisation to attain an Alternative Business Structures license to operate in the UK. Today, they empower over 700 staff to provide an innovative, technology-led service to clients.
  • Databarracks: How an international law firm saves time and money

    Memery Crystal is a specialist international law firm, based in London. It specialises in three sectors; ‘Commercial, Media & Technology’, ‘Retail & Leisure’, and ‘Natural Resources’. In 2015, Memery Crystal partnered with the Chinese law firm, Yingke. The two work together to help clients across four continents and ten major commercial regions around the world.
  • Law firm risk teams organize to meet growing challenges says Intapp

    For several years, industry experts have called for a move to a centralized risk-management function in law firms. As merger activity intensifies and law firms look to lateral hires and international expansion to drive continued growth, they are faced with more complex regulatory requirements and conflicts considerations. Current approaches – distributed, ad hoc, and largely manual — result in an inconsistent application of risk mitigation strategies and cannot scale to meet increasingly complicated demands.
  • The modern CMO: Advancing marketing from reactive to predictive with Intapp

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    Modern law firms employ strategies,initiatives, or investments that enable them to keep pace with rapidly changing client demands,market conditions,and new technologies.These modernization initiatives typically involve unifying people,process, and data.
  • DPS Software share the questions you should be asking your legal software provider

    Due to the sensitive nature of client data, Cybersecurity is especially relevant in the legal sector. Law firms need to know that their IT and Software providers are experts in this field. We have identified four questions on security you should cover with your legal software supplier.
  • Enable Business Solutions share 5 ways automation can improve efficiency

    Business critical documents such as client pitches can take up a considerable amount of time and hard work. A law firm can typically spend hundreds of non-billable hours each year creating client pitches. Automation can play a huge part in improving productivity and efficiency.
  • 4 top tips from Conscious Solutions for nailing customer service on social media

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    I’m ashamed to say that one of the first things I do when I receive bad service or a faulty product is to go on Twitter and tweet about it, tagging the offending business in hope of a response. But then, it appears I’m not the only one.
  • Forecast: Law firms will be cloud ready by 2021

    Law firms have long talked about the attractiveness of migrating their IT infrastructure to the cloud, but they have not made appreciable steps to date. This is due in large part to an understandable fear of negative client reaction, especially in regulated markets such as finance. In truth, restrictive outside counsel guidelines of even a few large clients often were enough to put the brakes on cloud initiatives.
  • DocsCorp publishes its 2019 Report on PDF Editing Workflows for Portable Devices

    Nearly 300 people were surveyed on how they digitally edit, review, and approve documents on different devices.
  • Winning the battle of effective time recording

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    RevenueManager, by Enable, is the legal software solution that law firms have been waiting for. The majority of law firms use time recording as their core method of knowing what to charge their client and to assess performance of their staff.
  • How to use LinkedIn to find your dream job

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    As recruiters, we are driven by helping people find their dream job. LinkedIn is just one of the social media platforms that can help you get noticed in the job market. In this post, we’ll explain to you how to draw up the best possible LinkedIn profile.
  • Outsourcing technology considerations for law firms

    There appears little doubt there is growing acceptance of how lawtech, like automation and AI, can help lawyers access, interrogate, understand and use large amounts of data, with greater efficiency offering the opportunity for increased profitability.
  • Make the switch to a client portal

    You’re probably already aware of the dangers associated with email, but we bet you’re still continuing to use it, despite the risks. In the current climate, it’s almost impossible to completely avoid using email as part of your daily communication, however, you should be making an effort to minimise your email usage by only using it in certain scenarios, i.e. inquiries. For lawyers in particular, once a client has been acquired, you should move all communications and file sharing to one secure portal, this not only streamlines all communications, but generally makes it easier for you and your client to contact each other and share files.