Month: July 2021

Features Interest Regulation Technology Wills & Probate

Post Pandemic Probate Litigation

The future Conduct of Hearings With lockdown it became clear that Courts would have to operate remotely.  Hearings by Microsoft Teams and electronic bundles became the new normal in the Business and Property Courts.  An astonishing amount of business was conducted without too much difficulty or too much footfall on the HMCTS Estate.  Without the […]Read More

Organisations Wills & Probate

Meet Alpha Legal superstars Legacy Wills – “because today was

Legacy Wills are the latest Alpha Legal subscriber to be featured on our blog. Based in Leicester and serving clients throughout the UK, Legacy Wills are one of our busiest Alpha Legal subscribers.  They make great use of our secure communication technology to help their clients to gain peace of mind when sorting their will and estate planning needs. The Legacy Wills […]Read More

Organisations Technology Wills & Probate

Vulnerable client detection tech closes pre-launch funding round

Newly launched clinical tech provider, Comentis, has announced that it closed a pre-launch funding round at £200,000, against a pre-revenue valuation of £2million. Funding has been secured from a number of senior figures from legal and financial services, with the support of Invest West. Comentis’ software – the Cognitive Assessment Engine (CAE) – utilises cutting-edge […]Read More

Insight Interest

5 Tips for boosting your marketing performance

It can be pretty disheartening sometimes, seeing social media posts go unnoticed, ranking low on google search priority, and struggling to gain followers on your pages. And that’s understandable, growing a brand can be difficult and often time consuming work. So here’s 5 of my go-to tips for improving your marketing. Put Search Engine Optimisation […]Read More

Wills & Probate

Hybrid working to offer greater social mobility

Professional jobs are on the up, but the lack of diversity is stalling progression in professional services. Hybrid and flexible working could provide an opportunity to change the current status quo in the legal profession, according to the Law Society of England and Wales.  The Social Mobility Commission’s state of the nation report 2021 found […]Read More