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Moving on

Moving on

How has the treatment of gypsies and travellers in the UK progressed since the the Human Rights Act 1998 came into force? asks David Watkinson
Dealing with India? Swap remote control for total control

Dealing with India? Swap remote control for total control

With a population of over one billion, 3.29 million square kilometres of landmass to cover, several climates, a multitude of languages and customs, the Indian market can be a daunting place for businessmen and foreign lawyers alike. Shailini Agarwal, a partner with ALMT Legal, explains how, with clear objectives and a steady nerve, doing business in India and getting the best out of local lawyers as instructing solicitors can be richly rewarding and an experience to remember
Maximising the benefits - making law firm client relationship management work

Maximising the benefits - making law firm client relationship management work

Although few law firms deny that CRM is beneficial, creating an institutionalized firm-wide CRM culture is the real challenge facing today's lawyers. International law firm consultant, Byron Sabol reveals the key ingredients for a successful CRM strategy with a particular focus on client surveys and feedback.
Leadership and Management

Leadership and Management

For over 33 years I have been involved with professional services businesses in one way or another. Writes Christopher Honeyman Brown.My experience of leadership is overwhelmingly that professional service businesses veer away from the specific development of leadership skills. Moreover, the same approach is taken to management skills and the net result is that many professional service firms fail to deliver to their true potential.
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