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ARAG

ARAG acquires DAS’ operations in the Republic of Ireland and continues to pursue its international expansion course

The ARAG Group continues to move ahead with the internationalisation of its legal insurance business and is now about to launch operations in the Republic of Ireland. To that end, the family-owned enterprise based in Düsseldorf has agreed to acquire the Irish business operations of DAS Legal Expenses Insurance Company Limited in the Republic of Ireland which is part of the ERGO Group.

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LEAP Legal Software

LEAP chosen as headline sponsor for 1st Bold Legal Live! conference

LEAP, one of the UK’s leading practice management software providers, has been announced as the headline sponsor for the first ever Bold Legal Conference to be held in London on 18th October this year.

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LEAP Legal Software

eSignatures: A sign of the times

These days, using the internet or a smartphone app to book a taxi, check-in for a flight or manage your personal finances has become second nature to most of us and handling legal transactions digitally should be no different.

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ARAG

Price Slater Gawne selects ARAG ATE insurance for clinical negligence cases

Price Slater Gawne, one of the country’s leading specialist clinical negligence and serious injury law firms, has selected ARAG to provide after-the-event insurance for its Clinical Negligence clients.

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LEAP Legal Software

LEAP outlines 4 steps to paperless law firm utopia

Getting into the cloud is only the beginning of the paperless journey but an essential step. After successfully migrating your data from clunky old vulnerable servers to the shiny new cloud, the benefits and possibilities are quite simply endless.

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9 April 2019

Courts as the instrument of fraud

Last month’s Supreme Court decision in Takhar considered the fundamental issue of the circumstances in which will the court permit itself to be an instrument of fraud.

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