NetDocuments’ Alvin Tedjamulia and Litera’s Ian Kujawa discuss three key considerations when selecting a cloud-based document management system (DMS) to ensure productive employees, secure documents, and happy end-users.
Every savvy business professional understands that ROI is tricky to calculate, especially when it comes to technology. Indeed, when new systems are considered, committees often review pessimistic and optimistic ROI calculations, create in-depth score cards to measure competitors against, and sit through endless sales pitches and demos in the hopes that they’ll catch a glimpse of that single feature that will be key to user success.
By Russell Duncan In part one of the Managing Change Series, we discussed the importance of culture, the message, and people as part of a successful change management strategy. But for a strategy to be fully effective it must include considerations for the technical processes and systems involved. This includes creating plans for testing and […]
Even when technology will produce positive outcomes, change and unknowns can be scary for many, leading to resistance and low adoption rates.
It’s no secret that modern technology can solve many of the everyday annoyances that plague office workers everywhere. It’s also true however that old, outdated technology could be costing your teams time, effort, and money.
The National Agency for Petroleum Gas and Biofuel (ANPG) announced on 31 December 2020 the tender for the concession of 9 onshore blocks in Angola. The tender comprises Blocks CON1, CON5 and CON6, of the Lower Congo Basin and Blocks KON5, KON6, KON8, KON9, KON17 and KON20, of the Kwanza Basin. https://www.plmj.com/en/knowledge/informative-notes/Tender-for-nine-onshore-petroleum-concessions-in-Angola/31187/
The idea that the government’s directions for the third lockdown are ‘just guidance’ and not law is a myth. As of 6 January 2021, The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (No.3) and (all Tiers) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2021 enshrined the lockdown restrictions in law. The effect of which is best summarised by the government website: ‘you […]
Richard Hermer QC, Murray Hunt and Helen Mountfield QC speak to Lisa Nandy, Shadow Foreign Secretary and Labour MP for Wigan. Listen as they discuss topics including the results of the US election, the UK’s international reputation and influence, when it is appropriate for the UK to intervene militarily overseas to prevent crimes against humanity […]
The Supreme Court has handed down judgment in the coronavirus business interruption insurance test case brought by the FCA and, by dismissing the insurers’ appeals, has found in favour of thousands of small businesses across the UK.
Before 2019, an application for ‘interim relief’ was a fairly rare occurrence, but the number is rising year-on-year.
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Boutiques are now looking like a particularly attractive option.
Firms must once again turn their attentions towards servicing current clients for a lower cost.
The world is becoming a more open place to travel based on the Henley Passport Index.
In recent months there has been a glut of senior associate hires.
The most successful US firm in London in terms of sheer growth is Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan.
The job losses in the legal sector last year give us a good inkling of where the most profound changes are likely in 2021
A restructuring exercise carried out by listed firm Knights amounted to nearly £3m in the first half of the financial year, while revenue soared after three acquisitions. In its results, Knights said the impact of the restructuring in the cash flow was £2.9m, of which £2.4m related to redundancy costs paid. A number of support […]
Shoosmiths partner Tony Randle in conversation with The Lawyer editor Catrin Griffiths Catrin Griffiths: The experiences we all had in 2020 aren’t going away. In the first lockdown there was a sense of adrenaline, when we were metaphorically or literally baking sourdough and getting to grips with the novelty of the situation. But going into 2021 […]
Latham & Watkins has signed up for a pre-let of its next London office, over a year after The Lawyer first reported on the US firm’s search of the development. The US firm has agreed for a minimum of 200,000sq ft of space at 1 Leadenhall from early 2026. In 2019, The Lawyer reported that […]
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BCLP) is targeting higher profitability with more thorough assessments of performance and practice targets in coming months, The Lawyer has learned. The firm is to carry out regular analysis around performance and profit margin targets set out by its heads of practices when it comes to client work. The goal is to […]
The Metropolitan Police Service has asked firms to sign up to an extension of its panel, giving it more time to conclude its review of the roster. The Met’s current framework expires on 31 January, however firms will have their current contracts extended till April. The Met said that this is to allow it to […]
DWF has set a target to achieve £25m in revenue for its Connected Services division, one of its biggest business bets beyond traditional legal services. The target is the result of a business plan aimed at expanding the innovation and consulting services tentpole of the listed firm throughout 2021. It is accompanied by a headcount […]