LEAP software keeps law firms working remotely

Ben Aslet, LEAP UK Marketing Manager, explains how law firms using LEAP’s cloud-based practice management solution are successfully adapting to remote working and how it’s as near as can be business as normal for law firms using LEAP. He said LEAP have talked to several law firms using the software to find out how they are managing with life away from the office.

Sponsored post

EU Commission opposes UK’s application to join the Lugano Convention

In an unexpected development, the European Commission has reportedly opposed the UK's application to accede to the Lugano Convention.

Published 13 April 2021

Crown Court trial over Nama scandal evidence to be heard without jury

A high-profile trial concerning evidence given to a Stormont committee about the Nama property scandal will be heard without a jury in an unprecedented step.

Published 13 April 2021

KRW Law secures six-figure libel settlement for Dana

Belfast-based KRW LAW LLP has secured a second six-figure payout for Irish singer Dana after settling a libel case against the Sunday World.

Published 13 April 2021

Plan to ban political parties having social media managed abroad 'unworkable'

Plans to reform electoral laws to prevent political parties from having their social media accounts managed from outside of Ireland could be "unworkable", the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) has suggested.

Published 13 April 2021

Pre-legislative scrutiny of online safety bill to begin today

Proposed legislation to establish a "first-of-its-kind" online safety regulator will undergo pre-legislative scrutiny by an Oireachtas committee starting today.

Published 13 April 2021

Leo Moore: Verifying the identity of a data subject

William Fry partner Leo Moore examines what is reasonable and proportionate to request from an individual in order to verify their identity.

Published 13 April 2021

UN human rights chief calls for war crimes bill to be revised

The UN's human rights chief has urged Westminster politicians to amend a controversial bill which would protect some British soldiers from prosecution for suspect war crimes overseas.

Published 13 April 2021

And finally... bon appetit

French police are cracking down on secret restaurants where wealthy diners have been eating and drinking in breach of Covid-19 restrictions.

Published 13 April 2021

Children with disabilities being excluded from consultations on laws and policies

Children with disabilities are being excluded from consultations on laws, policies and programmes affecting them, a new report has found.

Published 12 April 2021

Consultation on statutory duty of candour opens

Proposals to introduce a statutory duty of candour for healthcare organisations have gone out to consultation.

Published 12 April 2021

Stewart Title Business Continuity Programme

As concern regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) continues to evolve, Stewart Title is closely monitoring developments including the recommendations made by healthcare authorities and the UK government, in order to safeguard the health and well-being of our employees while ensuring our continued ability to serve our clients.

Sponsored post