Category Archives: document automation

New appointment at Epoq heralds renewed focus on business development

Andrew Walker has recently joined Epoq as Commercial Director with responsibility for setting the company’s commercial strategy and delivering new revenue streams to the business through direct sales and channel partnerships. In addition, Andrew is responsible for the delivery of sales, marketing and business development activities and the management of a small team of highly […]

Epoq and Tikit join forces to bring Tikit LawDraft – a sophisticated online digital drafting and collaboration tool – to legal firms in the UK

09  February 2015, London: Tikit, part of the BT Group and leading provider of technology solutions for law and professional services firms, has today announced a strategic partnership with Epoq, the UK’s pioneer in document automation technology. Through the partnership, Tikit will be launching Tikit LawDraft, a sophisticated online digital drafting and collaboration tool which […]

Innovation in the legal services market – growth, skills and emerging business models

We’re delighted to announce our Chairman, Richard Cohen’s participation in a Westminster Legal Forum event on 11th March 2014. Entitled “Innovation in the legal services market – growth, skills and emerging business models”, the seminar will consider how effectively a liberalised legal services market is encouraging innovation, growth and enterprise in the provision of legal […]

Share with colleagues and collaborate with clients; the latest enhancements to Rapidocs LawDraft

Epoq’s Rapidocs LawDraft system has been enhanced by the introduction of a number of new features that significantly improve its effectiveness as an in-house document drafting tool. A web-based system, Rapidocs LawDraft has been used by law firms for a number of years to increase the speed, accuracy and efficiency of drafting legal documents and […]

Document automation? Document assembly? Digital drafting?

In a recent article in the Legal IT Insider newsletter, Charles Christian asked why more law firms don’t adopt document automation as a practice efficiency tool in the same way they have embraced word processing and digital dictation. He believes document automation should be another ‘no brainer’, but many law firms continue to cut-and-paste clauses […]

Cloud computing – advice for law firms

In her recent piece on cloud computing for the Law Society Gazette, journalist Joanna Goodman quotes Epoq’s chairman, Richard Cohen who says that in relation to data capture in the cloud: ‘We give firms the tools to extract data,’ says Cohen. ‘Lawyers can fold the document into different formats, including Word, PDF and RTF – […]

Unbundling may be the key to legal aid survival

Richard Cohen, solicitor and chairman of Epoq presented at the Law Society’s Legal Aid Conference on 14th March 2013. Writing on the Law Society Gazette website, jounalist Catherine Baksi reported that: “Solicitor and chief executive of legal software provider Epoq Richard Cohen told delegates that ‘unbundling’ would be necessary for firms to compete with new […]