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Webinars made easy… and you don’t have to blow the budget either

Webinars made easy… and you don’t have to blow the budget either

The term “webinar” is banded about like confetti at a wedding. In fact, the definition of a “webinar” is pretty straightforward. A webinar is a “virtual event” and uses the internet allowing you to effectively deliver messages and interact with your audience.
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Cisco’s new Spark service will change the way legal firms use online conferencing and collaboration

Cisco’s new Spark service will change the way legal firms use online conferencing and collaboration

In my last blog, I referred to the fact that I felt legal firms are no longer lagging behind other sectors when it comes to embracing new technology and changing the way they work. As someone who advises over 200 law firms about new conferencing and collaboration technology, I’ve detected a sea change in thinking which seems to be borne out by other more formal pieces of research.
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Online conferencing and collaboration in the legal profession – a quiet revolution is taking place

Online conferencing and collaboration in the legal profession – a quiet revolution is taking place

This time last year I wrote an article criticising the legal profession for being behind the curve in embracing new ways of communicating internally and externally.
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The heat is on cold callers

The heat is on cold callers

Cold calling is not illegal, but its unprecedented rise over recent years means that many are now asking for current legislation to be reviewed and tightened up to protect all of us against the worst excesses of something that is fast becoming more than just a nuisance.
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Minister of Justice proposes 1% levy on turnover of top 100 UK law firms

Minister of Justice proposes 1% levy on turnover of top 100 UK law firms

Michael Gove was always opposed to the previous Minister of Justice, Chris Grayling’s criminal courts charge [where those who plead guilty in a magistrates court have to pay £150, but if they fight the case and are eventually convicted in a crown court, they have to hand over £1,200].
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