DLA Piper launches Rapid Response app to help clients deal with crisis situations
DLA Piper has launched the Rapid Response app, a free app designed to complement the firm’s existing Rapid Response service that helps individuals prepare for and deal with crisis situations.
Through the Rapid Response services, the firm’s clients have access to a global emergency hotline, a regulatory compliance audit to identify where risks lie, tailored training on regulatory compliance issues including how to handle a raid situation and legal updates with guidance on the impact on business.
DLA Piper’s Rapid Response app was recently named one of the five best new large law firm mobile apps by TechnoLawyer.
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