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Survey results from small to medium law firms in the UK market – a look at the competitive landscape and how firms are adapting.
We look at the immense challenge and impact of market, and assess the role that technology can play in helping lawyers meet the challenge of legislation divergence.
Why the UK-EU Future Relationship Agreements mean lawyers and businesses need to stay up-to-date with post-Brexit changes, and how Practical Law can help.
Internal challenges and external forces that UK firms must understand to respond to market demands and stay competitive. A closer look at the data from Thomson Reuters Peer Monitor and Acritas.
The competitive landscape, including views on market and revenue expectations, client expectations and commercial threats. Findings from survey work undertaken with our small & medium law firm customers from September to November 2019.
We assess the impact of legal changes and disruptions, and examine how technology can assist in enabling lawyers to efficiently and effectively unearth the most pertinent information.
In today’s environment, you need the right tools to support your evolving strategy. This report looks at how law firms choose and adopt new technology.
Cases research is foundational to the practice of law. Legal research tools can enable lawyers to identify the most relevant case law, analyse pertinent cases and visualise how they relate to each other
Law firms’ work is built on personal, face-to-face engagement with clients and the values this close connection implies—trust, confidentiality, and bespoke service.
Contracts and all other types of legal documents are built using carefully chosen and properly ordered words. There is also the crucial importance of verbal communication between lawyers and clients, and within the firm or legal department itself.
Pioneering law firms are using innovative legal technology in challenging times to support lawyer performance, competitive advantage, and recruitment of top talent.
Law firms in Europe have two main pressures to overcome: client’s concern for fees and increasing competition. Firms willing to invest in legaltech can adapt.
How Practical Law has helped legal professionals and their business clients understand the changes as a result of Brexit every step of the way.
A legal operating system comprises fully integrated, end-to-end legal technology, providing lawyers with a collaborative digital workplace to drive efficiency and excellence.
Research from the Thomson Reuters Institute illustrates that the period of rapid change that began during the COVID-19 pandemic will continue through 2022.
The modern GC no longer simply considers whether something is legal, but whether it is legal, strategic and right.
Improve your legal department’s efficiency and effectiveness, and align the technology needs with your department’s business strategy and priorities.
A smart and focused legal technology strategy can help legal departments effectively navigate change and thrive in uncertainty.
Fill out a short form to read the Thomson Reuters report on the challenges to growth and sustainability in the UK legal market.
Practical overview of the contract lifecycle, where the risks and opportunities lie – and how a contract management system can help at every stage along the way, from contract request and drafting, to obligations and compliance management.
European corporate legal departments are looking to the benefits of legal technology in better arming departments with the insights around how they add value to their wider organisations.
Download the report and learn how peers in your industry are moving forwards with their legal operations, increasing their technology usage and becoming more sophisticated with their spend management.
Legal departments face an increasing and evolving workload. Having a best-in-class know-how and practical guidance solution means in-house lawyers can confidently deliver sound advice in unfamiliar legal areas.
We look at the immense challenge and impact of market, and assess the role that technology can play in helping lawyers meet the challenge of legislation divergence
Since the referendum result in June 2016, and the triggering of Article 50 in March 2017—a deal has yet to be reached—and a ‘hard Brexit’ remains a possible outcome.
Against the background of uncertainty with Brexit, there is a concern for the future of the legal and commercial landscape for UK and European businesses.
Since the UK voted to leave the EU in 2016 following a referendum, it has generated much uncertainty amongst the business sector.
The report reveals the findings of a survey into how dispute resolution lawyers are approaching jurisdiction and choice of law clauses as a result of Brexit.
A combination of technology, human expertise and market-leading solutions will help you navigate the post-Brexit world successfully.