A landmark Court of Appeal judgment that has provided much-needed clarity about how holiday pay should be calculated for certain types of worker, was brought using a group legal expenses insurance policy.
Start-up firm Forever Legal partners with Eclipse to implement Proclaim Practice management solution
Eclipse Legal Systems, the Law Society Endorsed legal software provider, has today announced that new start-up law firm Forever Legal is implementing the Proclaim Practice Management solution.
Law society Endorsed legal software provider, Eclipse Legal Systems, has announced integration with leading Conveyancing search supplier Legal Bricks.
ATE insurance came into being nearly 20 years ago in the wake of the Access to Justice Act 1999, a piece of legislation which revolutionised the legal aid system in England and Wales. We were one of the first companies to provide the cover and, at first, it was all so straightforward – no initial premium payment required, it was effectively ‘self-insured’, and all of it was written off if the case didn’t win.
ATE Sales Manager, Mike Knight and Head of Claims, Chris Millward talk about the challenges of providing After-The-Event insurance for clinical negligence claims.
LEAP, the leading provider of legal practice management software, is proud to have won the award for ‘Service Provider to the Legal Profession’ at the Irish Law Awards held recently in Dublin.
Probate work is highly administrative and due to its delicate nature must be carried out with great care and attention. This often causes conflict with the need to work efficiently.
Cartmell Shepherd replaces incumbent systems with Proclaim Practice Management solution to enhance efficiencies firm-wide
Eclipse Legal Systems, the Law Society Endorsed legal software provider, has announced it is implementing its Proclaim Practice Management solution at award winning law firm Cartmell Shepherd.
In employment law, awards for ‘injury to feelings’ have historically been permitted only in claims linked to discrimination, whistleblowing, and trade union membership.
The recent High Court case of Antzuzis & Others v DJ Houghton Catching Services & Others  EWHC 843 (QB) is a stark reminder of how company directors can be personally liable for their acts. DAS Law Solicitor Andrew Oberholzer explains…