The proposed implementation of reservation agreements has been high on the Government’s agenda in an effort to reduce the risk of sales falling through across England and Wales.
Blockchain technology can provide significant opportunities for both consumers and legal service providers to improve processes within the legal sector.
Many law firms are facing an increasing threat from cybercrime and many are unprepared and susceptable to cyber attacks targeting money and data
Technology is of vital importance to enable law firm growth with in increasing emphasis put on cyber crime prevention and security.
Conveyancing and property market report focuses on the changing market place, government involvement, technological change and evolving skills requirements
From October 1st, solicitors will be able to apply for probate online, currently only 28 firms use this service which has been struggling with delays.
The government, after consultation, is likely to ask sellers to provide more information about their property before it goes to market in a bid to speed up the buying process and make the process more transparent through a property Logbook.
The latest case management software does much to control, automate, and drive efficiency into the conveyancing process. Redbrick Solutions Case Management can save time by automating much of the process
The Corporate LiveWire Innovation & Excellence Awards 2019 celebrate the success and achievements of firms and individuals that have taken an innovative approach to demonstrate exceptional business performance. Redbrick Solutions are delighted to have been nominated and shortlisted for this prestigious award.
The NatWest annual legal benchmarking report has found that profit per equity partner (PEP) is down by 10%, although other performance indicators are up. This years’ report, the sixth of its kind, focused on firms’ financials and found productivity to be the main issue.