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View Covid-19 Service Resilience Measures

Covid-19 Service Resilience Measures

Monday, March 23rd, 2020

As we all continue to monitor  closely the developments around Covid-19, we wish to inform you of the measures Legastat have implemented during the last few days, aiming to protect our staff and customers and ensure the resilience of our services. We operate from two fully functional, physical locations with 30% of our staff working remotely….

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View eDisclosure Framework Update – Get involved in version 3.0

eDisclosure Framework Update – Get involved in version 3.0

Thursday, February 6th, 2020

Legastat have been providing electronic disclosure (eDisclosure) solutions via the Crown Commercial Services RM3717 (previously RM924) Framework for over 7 years. We are established as a leading provider to Central and Local Government, having worked on many high-profile matters including major Public Inquires and complex litigation involving Government during this time. Our services have also…

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View Living Wage Week 2019

Living Wage Week 2019

Monday, October 21st, 2019

We’re counting down to #LivingWageWeek. Legastat is an accredited Living Wage Employer. We believe it represents the ethical benchmark for responsible pay. Living Wage Week starts on 11 November 2019. Find out more at LivingWage.org.uk and please join us in celebrating it.

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View Let’s call the whole thing off. Quickly.

Let’s call the whole thing off. Quickly.

Tuesday, April 5th, 2016

There are few clients more keen to bring a swift end to proceedings than a divorcing couple. With that in mind, a Canadian company has come up with an app to help couples without legal representation to navigate the tricky – not to say often rather emotional – waters of divorce proceedings.   Thistoo claims to “deliver personalised service…

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View Law Society looks at how to boost legal aid innovation

Law Society looks at how to boost legal aid innovation

Tuesday, March 29th, 2016

For all that we hear the legends of Steve Jobs designing his first Apple hardware from out of a damp and mildewy garage, presumably while living on Pot Noodles and sporting very worn-out jeans, there’s no getting away from it: building new tech innovations takes money. And money, as we are all only too well aware,…

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View Online billing set for national rollout

Online billing set for national rollout

Tuesday, March 15th, 2016

Few things are likely to endear tech innovations to lawyers – and to all professionals – than streamlining payment systems. Good news, then, from the government, which is looking to expand online billing systems for criminal lawyers northwards.  The Advocates’ Graduated Fee Scheme – which has had something of a rocky road, and is presumably relieved to…

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