Birmingham

BigHand aims to deliver innovative productivity-enhancing software to busy time-focused professionals, wherever and whenever they need it.

Since the last BigHand conference in February, the technical team have developed various new products and now you will be able to view, what's new with BigHand in person – and find out how to make the most out of your BigHand software.

We know that as CEOs, CFOs, CMOs, FDs, HR Directors, IT Directors and MDs, you want to see finance and technology sit at the heart of your business strategy - and ultimately to see your organisation achieve growth. So we've based our theme for the day on this.

With an overall theme of Springboard to Growth, take a look at our impressive speaker line-up:

LSN Law Firm Forums provide a unique opportunity for you to gather under one roof with others working in law firm management, operational and support roles to meet and share experiences with each other and as a result, find opportunities to build solutions on this common ground - in an informal and social environment.

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Join us for an exclusive LexisNexis Enterprise Solutions Client Event; an ‘Executive Briefing’ designed to inform and update those whose remit is to align their organisation’s business objectives and technology strategy, and want to understand how they can maximise their existing LexisNexis technology investments.

Why attend?

The session is aimed at lawyers working in any contentious area of law. Covering the technical and legal issues surrounding how to identify, collect and review ESI as part of standard disclosure; the course will explain previous and forthcoming changes to the CPR, the Jackson reforms and provide an update as to new technologies including their advantages and limitations.

With the prospect of a Fourth Money Laundering Directive in 2014, the AML challenges faced by legal practices show no signs of abating. Embedding a culture of compliance helps to show the SRA that you understand OFR and are managing your practice’s risks. This course is designed to provide practical assistance on how to improve your systems, ensure that your fee earners take compliance seriously and how to spot money laundering.

 

LSN Law Firm Forums have no set agenda. They exist to help you share information with people like you in law firms.

We recognise that whatever role you fill in a law firm, you all face similar challenges on a day to day basis within your firms, particularly now as we stare the LSA reforms and ABSs in the eye.

LSN Law Firm Forums provide a unique opportunity for you to gather under one roof and share these experiences with others and, as a result, find opportunities to build solutions on this common ground - in an informal and social environment.

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Please join us for the Birmingham meeting of the Risk Roundtable initiative, presented by IntApp.

Industry developments continue to raise the profile of risk and compliance issues — particularly with information security management, where rising client expectations, evolving professional standards and new regulations create new challenges.

In this context, it is vitally important that Risk and IT professionals continue to take steps to understand this changing landscape and minimise firm exposure.

This course has been tailored to meet the needs of accountants involved in the audit of firms of solicitors under the SRA Accounts Rules (formerly the Solicitors' Accounts Rules 1998).

Delegates attending this course will benefit from Richard Lane's expert knowledge and experience of this important topic.

This course focuses on the main provisions of the SRA Accounts Rules, contained within the new SRA Handbook, governing how solicitors handle clients' money, and is primarily aimed at those working in private practice. 

Although assuming no prior knowledge, delegates attending this course will quickly build a sound understanding of the SRA Accounts Rules by looking at the most common compliance issues that occur in practice and the pitfalls to be avoided including problem areas such as the treatment of residual balances on client ledger accounts.

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