- Industry case study from Paragon LawSelect: From cover to cyber cover
This article was also featured as an industry case study in the LPM cybersecurity supplement in November 2016. To read the issue in full, ...
- Paragon LawSelect discusses emerging professional liability: Ground rent clauses
According to statistical analysis residential conveyancing practices are already at the sharp end of professional liability. These practices generate 26% of insurance claims, 11% more than the second largest area (Commercial, 14%). Exposure...
- Taking the cyber challenge by Janine Parker, Paragon LawSelect
This article was also featured as a column in the June 2016 issue of LPM. To read the issue in full, ...
- Brexit: Any relevance to the UK lawyer?
This article was also featured as a column in the October 2016 issue of LPM. To read the issue in full, ...
- Concerned about cybercrime and the implications for your practice?
Cybercrime and data protect has been created to indemnify and assist law firms following a cyber incident.
In the event of a cyber incident or breach, a dedicated breach response team will provide assistance as well as ensure compliance...
- Want to attract and keep tomorrow's talent – LPM magazine, July 2016 – Testing talent
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This month, LPM magazine asks whether legal businesses can change their ways to attract and retain tomorrow’s workforce?
- LPM magazine, March 2015 – Intelligent future
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The future has landed
Technology just can't stay out of the headlines these days, and it's no different for the legal sector – we look into how firms are phasing in that new era through artificial intelligence...