The InCase Legal App, created by the firm, InCase, can be integrated with a law firm’s case management systems to keep clients updated on the progress of their claims.
The main benefit of using this app is that it can help with your firm’s levels of customer and client satisfaction levels. Customer services and client satisfaction is a high priority for many law firms as having a good...Read More
What is SEO?
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is a digital marketing strategy which helps place your business’ web pages and posts in a preferential position within the organic search section of a search engine. When conducting SEO marketing, the aim for most businesses is to be placed on the first page of Google, so that you can drive more traffic to your website. SEO marketing for law firms...Read More
What is Eclipse Touchpoint?
Eclipse Touchpoint was developed by Eclipse legal Systems, who are responsible for the creation of the Proclaim case and practice management solution. It is a self-service and communication system which utilises real-time data from Eclipse’s core Proclaim case management system to provide a “device-independent, interactive experience” for legal service providers,...Read More
Money laundering is a crime which puts law firms at high risk of becoming a target due to their credibility. It is not a victimless crime as it is usually responsible for the funding of other crimes including drug trafficking and the financing of terrorism. The UK anti money laundering (AML) rules are in place to prevent money laundering within all businesses.
There have been some major...Read More
In a recent article, we discussed how the Proclaim Development team assisted an ATE insurer to merge their 3rd party data directly into their Solicitor clients’ Proclaim case management system. This is just one of many examples of how our team of developers can implement proclaim integration to assist in optimising the efficiency of your law firm by synchronising your Proclaim system with a...Read More
Accepting or rejecting a Part 36 Offer can come with some very significant consequences which are set out in in Sections 13 and 17 of CPR 36. These consequences highlight the importance of ensuring that the Part 36 Offer being made is valid as it can have a large impact on the level of costs which can be recovered. The judgment in the recent case of King V City of London Corporation is of...Read More