Private client solicitors have had to rethink the way things are done in the last year, but they are relying on more than the pandemic to grow their practices
With most law firm staff working from home, it is more important than ever that employers are in tune with the pressures on their staff and are providing tools and tactics to help them to cope.
Now that covid-19 vaccines have been developed and distribution to the most vulnerable in our community has begun, will we see a return to pre-covid-19 days in the way law firms operate during 2021?
In the current climate, with every Law firm considering the best strategy for their organization, it is worth taking a serious look at the pros and cons of closure.
Those solicitors practices that had Business Interruption Insurance can now look to receiving a pay-out on their policies following a ruling from the Supreme Court.
Howden's latest Market Report reviews how the PII market for solicitors performed in 2020 and forecasts what we expect to see as we move through 2021.
It is imperative that every law firm knows its current worth and has a clear plan for how to maximise the substantial value that can come from building a successful law firm.
We reflect on 2020 and provide some useful tips to ensure that you are up to date with your compliance and regulation commitments in 2021.
Viv Williams speaks with Nick Hilborne from Legal Futures and shares some of the findings of a recent survey undertaken by Viv Williams Consulting
Anybody who owns and runs a law firm should always be thinking about how and when to maximise the value that their firm has built up over the years.
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