Tag Archives: unbundled legal services

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 […]

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 […]

Get a new model or lose clients: comment from Richard Cohen in The Lawyer

In areas where technology can help clients to help themselves, the billable hour is outdated It does not surprise me that so many clients are unhappy with the cost of getting divorced; couples in this situation are in a highly emotional state and uncertainty around final costs just increases their anxiety. As last month’s report […]

Epoq Chairman Presenting at Law Society Legal Aid Conference 2013

Our Chairman, Richard Cohen will be presenting at the Law Society’s Legal Aid Conference on 14th March 2013. Presenting during the open plenary session entitled: Responding to the changing world, is technology the answer? Richard will be explaining how law firms can unbundle their services through cloud computing and the benefits this can bring to […]

Unbundling of legal services: the way forward for progressive law firms?

At a recent breakfast forum hosted by Epoq at the Law Society, the meaning and implications of ‘unbundling’ legal services was discussed by a group of London based lawyers.  The title of the forum: “Unbundled legal services: the way forward for progressive law firms?” was designed to place the subject in the context of a […]