Firms must understand how to scope and price work efficiently to reduce amount of money written off and maximise profitability.
Council met at Chancery Lane for the last time in 2018 on 5 December.
Seven decades on, is the Universal Declaration of Human Rights a ‘shining beacon’ or a monument to governmental hypocrisy? Eduardo Reyes reports
Taiwan is looking beyond China to develop wider business links – and this could be good news for UK law firms specialising in international trade. Marialuisa Taddia reports
Dealing with accusations that one parent has ‘turned’ the mind of a child against the other.
Katharine Freeland asks lawyers for the best ways to reward hard‑working colleagues
Revamping the Conveyancing Quality Scheme will drive continuous improvement in best practice, client service and practice management
Part-time lawyers have long been seen as lacking commitment to their careers and to their clients. But that hackneyed view is changing, reports Marialuisa Taddia
István Lám, CEO and founder of Tresorit, explains how law firms can avoid the most common type of data breaches resulting from human error.
The majority of title insurance policies are geared towards protecting property owners. Here we look at cover that is aimed at protecting the interests of tenants.
Simon Hewitt of First Title Insurance plc looks at the idea of a fundamental shift in approach offered by Shaun Spiers, executive director of the Green Alliance.
Robert Kelly of Stewart Title looks at ways in which developers can deal with potential rights of light claims.
In an increasingly automated world, Alastair Hazell of Hampden & Co describes how private banking can offer the benefits of a more personal service to both legal professionals and their clients.
Despite the end of the traditional renewal date timing still matters, says Lockton’s Brian Boehmer.
New bill could resolve expensive problem, says Stewart Title’s Robert Kelly