Litigation Writs 30/07/96

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Litigation Personal Injury 30/07/96

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Video link 'is best way to talk'

Alison Laferla reports A survey has revealed that video conferencing is probably the ideal communication method for today’s lawyers. The research, carried out by Truemist, organiser of the Solicitors’ and Legal Office Exhibition, showed lawyers valued phone conversations and face-to-face contact above other methods. Of the 1,089 respondents, 55 per cent used the phone as […]

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