Prince Evans Solicitors LLP, is a leading West London law firm, offering a full-service range of legal advice to their diverse client base. Prince Evans works in a number of specialist areas and niche markets, to include: corporate transactions, commercial property, social housing and new build homes conveyancing, litigation and personal injury and, private client work.
Steele Raymond LLP is a UK law firm with a large
presence in Bournemouth and the surrounding
areas. Having practiced law for around 40 years and recently achieving their 15th consecutive year
as a Top Tier firm in the Legal 500 UK Edition, Steele Raymond have proven their excellence in
this ever-growing and challenging industry.
Fairweather Law uses a combined Quill-Redbrick software solution for legal accounting and case management respectively. The practice decided to switch because its previous supplier inflated its fees thereby making it unsustainable for the future.
Shared Legal Services (SLS) from Wokingham Borough Council and the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead began looking for a new case management system in early 2018. A key consideration for them was the ability to work remotely with the best security levels that were available.
Are you reading fact or opinion? Amy Simpson, content marketing manager at LexisNexis, examines the validity of information, and how lawyers can get to the whole truth with efficiency, clarity and
Catherine Kidd, market development lead, global large law, at Thomson Reuters, explains the
different ways in which law firms are approaching innovation strategy
Weightmans managing partner John Schorah, and business services and innovation director
Stuart Whittle, explain how the firm organises its innovation activity, which includes a
collaborative approach to maximising the opportunities of data with Thomson Reuters
Samantha Steer, director of strategy, large and medium law firms, at Thomson Reuters,
explains how the business is investing ever further in increasing lawyer productivity and
efficient decision-making through both document and process automation
The majority of organisations recognise the workplace is undergoing radical transformation thanks to digital technologies.
New build starts and future developments are inextricably linked to the success of the wider economy. Economists and construction experts have found that, historically, 2% annual growth in the UK’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a driver for growth in construction output.
Cook & Talbot director Mark Lloyd and communications manager Vicky Noren-Dobson explain how Perfect Portal has helped the firm keep both itself and its clients up to date
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.
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.
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.
The week of the 21st October 2019, Hubshare was joined by Maria yr12 and Ciaran yr11 who decided to give up their half term holiday and join us to learn more about Sales, Marketing and the Technical areas of a business. The pair, spent the week designing images on InDesign and Illustrator, took over our social media platforms, made a video on Doodly, helped with our Internal Newsletter and created themselves LinkedIn profiles to enhance their own personal professional development!