Thomas Pearsall
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Posted by | Jun 23, 2016

The excellent two-part blog “Conveyancers beware!” by Richard Mathias got me thinking about what else could be done in the future to help avoid the damaging criminal and fraud cases taking place in the conveyancing sector.

Richard Mathias
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Posted by | May 26, 2016

Conveyancing is always seen as a legal process that can be automated and there’s no doubt that technology can process a case.

Martyn Wells
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Posted by | May 23, 2016

A law firm is a business that delivers the law to its customers. It’s therefore imperative that lawyers carefully look at the processes they follow to deliver in order to better understand the business value of that work. It’s straightforward and logical, right?

Richard Mathias
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Posted by | May 19, 2016

In the first blog, I talked about risks that conveyancers face from criminals. With fraud on the increase, in this blog, let’s take a look at two recent cases and see what lessons can be learnt.

Richard Mathias
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Posted by | May 12, 2016

If you hadn’t already noticed, residential conveyancing transactions have become the latest hot spot for criminals.

Martyn Wells
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Posted by | Apr 28, 2016

The proof is in the pudding, and for IT directors there isn’t just one ‘metaphorical’ pudding that has to hit the mark, there are variations of it – ROI for the firm, user experience for employees, optimal use of budget for clients, ease of collaboration for partners and so on.