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Regulation meets technology

Technology Innovation is getting into the world of regulation.

The article summarise a meeting under Chatham House Rules between...

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I’m taking the plunge – You’re hired

Except it shouldn’t feel like you’re taking the plunge, should it? Hiring someone – or more than one person – is a big deal for most of...

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How laughter drives results in business

My team laughs a lot. Even in a crisis, even when sleep-deprived, or discouraged, they keep their sense of humour and they plough on....

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The good life...

...or how the self-sufficiency movement of the 1960's and '70's has much in common with the modern, entrepreneurial co-working...

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Big data for small business

“Lack of direction, not lack of time, is the problem. We all have twenty-four hour days.” – Zig Ziglar (American author).

This is pretty...

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Transparency is key

Currently the SEC is learning and examining.

Their regulation are going to be adopted or new ones are created to protect your clients.

But...

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Shooting stars and misery for employees

We are all familiar with these few but regrettable situations where businesses fall out of the sky without warning or protocol.

It is...

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The devil may no longer wear Prada

You may gasp at the insolence of such a notion. But hear me out. Because change is afoot in the luxury goods industry. And as most of us...

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The spirit and strength of a brand...

If you have both, it makes you able to push boundaries and any business, large or small, can do this.

It's about your ethos, not what you...

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How to write like a lawyer

Very few lawyers - and other professionals for that - aspire to write in plain English.  And all pretence flies out of the window when it...

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Know thyself

It was the first hot day of the summer, and your first summer since you began your new job in January. You consider whether you can part...

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It can pay to restrict (sometimes)

Imagine this. You arrive at work one morning, brew a coffee, tune into your regular newsfeeds, and discover a new company in your field...

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Boost for law firm marketers

Bloomberg and the US Legal Marketing Association have conducted some research, and the results are encouraging for law firm marketers. 

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Get the crisis out of care

Most local authorities are outsourcing their statutory duties to care for vulnerable adults to private healthcare providers, and the...

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Let's keep in touch

Research from the legal IT people Peppermint suggests that lawyers are not very good at keeping in touch with their clients once a deal...

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Ince & Co launches non-legal consultancy

Ince & Co is the latest law firm to take steps into advisory services with the launch of an independent consultancy firm.  We are seeing...

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A stitch in time...

You look around your enterprise and smile. It’s 8pm and all of your employees are still hard at work, having been slaving away since 8am...

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Between a rock and a hard place

A young occupational therapist, in her first post-training placement at an NHS Trust, complained about a more senior colleague. There...

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To flex or not to flex?

Within the vast sea of employment rights, most employees are vaguely aware that they have some sort of right relating to flexible...

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Landlords Count the Cost of Renting

The Bank of England has recently proposed that buy-to-let landlords should be subject to more stringent financial checks before lenders...

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Creativity pays with the National Living Wage?

It was controversial, this 7% increase in minimum wage for those over 25. Those in favour see it as a boost to the low-paid; small...

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National Living Wage - don't fret, but do check

The ‘national living wage’ of £7.20 per hour is the minimum wage that must be paid to workers aged 25 or over. The other categories of...

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All aboard the legal AI train

It's happening, there are no two ways about it. Technology is changing the way lawyers work, just like it is changing the way other...

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