LEAP software keeps law firms working remotely

Ben Aslet, LEAP UK Marketing Manager, explains how law firms using LEAP’s cloud-based practice management solution are successfully adapting to remote working and how it’s as near as can be business as normal for law firms using LEAP. He said LEAP have talked to several law firms using the software to find out how they are managing with life away from the office.

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Oireachtas rejects mandatory hotel quarantine for all inward travellers

The Oireachtas has rejected proposals to require all travellers entering Ireland to quarantine in a hotel for two weeks, instead limiting the measures to a list which currently stands at 20 countries, mostly in Africa.

Published 26 February 2021

UK Supreme Court: Shamima Begum cannot return to UK

Shamima Begum, the woman who travelled to Syria as a child and aligned herself with ISIS, has failed in all her appeals to the UK Supreme Court and cannot return to the UK to argue her citizenship case.

Published 26 February 2021

Unionist files judicial review over operation of Northern Ireland Protocol

A unionist who believes the Northern Ireland Protocol has "weakened the Union" has launched a judicial review seeking a declaration that the operation of the protocol is unconstitutional and unlawful.

Published 26 February 2021

Leonora Malone: How a mistaken CRO filing can become a sensitive business issue

Leonora Malone, partner at Eugene F. Collins, highlights that the responsibility for filing accurate information to the CRO rests with the company and its officers.

Published 26 February 2021

Consultations launched on modern slavery transparency in supply chains

Justice Minister Naomi Long has launched two consultation documents on measures to eradicate modern slavery from the supply chains of public and commercial sector organisations.

Published 26 February 2021

Spain: Bullfighter fails in attempt to copyright kill

A bullfighter has failed in an attempt to copyright his most famous kill.

Published 26 February 2021

And finally... the reign in Spain

Spain's disgraced former king Juan Carlos I has paid a €4 million tax bill in a bid to help end his exile.

Published 26 February 2021

Government blurred line between law and guidance in Covid-19 response

The Irish government has "repeatedly blurred the boundary between legal requirements and public health guidance" in its response to the Covid-19 response, according to new research.

Published 25 February 2021

New chief state pathologist appointed after three-year hunt

A new chief state pathologist has been permanently appointed nearly three years after the position became vacant.

Published 25 February 2021

Law centre calls for dedicated inpatient facility for young people with drug and alcohol issues

Northern Ireland needs a dedicated inpatient facility for young people with drug and alcohol issues, the Children's Law Centre (CLC) has said.

Published 25 February 2021

Stewart Title Business Continuity Programme

As concern regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) continues to evolve, Stewart Title is closely monitoring developments including the recommendations made by healthcare authorities and the UK government, in order to safeguard the health and well-being of our employees while ensuring our continued ability to serve our clients.

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