Every employee in the UK is entitled to certain rights through statute and an employer’s failure to grant them can have serious repercussions for their business. It’s therefore really important for every employer to understand the law and take steps mitigate the risks of employment disputes and tribunals. In this article, we provide a list […]
As 2018 draws to a close, we thought you might be interested to read a round-up of Epoq’s research findings, articles and press coverage, which you may have missed during the year. Just click on the links below to read more. And, if you’d like to discuss our service or any of the topics featured, […]
As 2017 draws to a close, we’re pleased to provide a round-up of Epoq’s research, whitepapers, articles and other activities which you may have missed during the year. Just click on the links below to read more. And, if you’d like to discuss any of the services or topics featured, please don’t hesitate to get […]
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Epoq has a busy year lined up in 2014. Our chairman, Richard Cohen has already presented at three events this year and has been asked to speak at three others. We’ll also be exhibiting at the BIBA Annual Conference & Exhibition in May when we hope to meet up with a number of our insurance […]
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 […]
As more and more consumers choose the Internet as their preferred method of access to an increasingly wide range of services, law firms need to look at ways to make their services more accessible and affordable. But how can the Internet be utlised by law firms and without undermining their traditional values and personal touch?
Clients view fixed fees and online access to the progress of their case – but not brand names – as key elements of legal services they would buy, according to unique new research. It also revealed that law firms see other practices closing as a result of alternative business structures and legal aid cuts as […]