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Lawyers can learn lots from McDonalds…!
Posted By: neil

With big ABS players circling the legal  market, have ’traditional’ law firms really grasped the importance of setting and delivering consistent service standards for their clients?

Here, MD Neil Quantick contemplates the detail with which other service providers operate, and wonders if we lawyers could learn a thing or two from fast food outlets…. 

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Do solicitors understand marketing?
Posted By: neil

Do law firms understand the importance of business development, and execute it well? 

Here, Neil Quantick gives his view on the good, the bad, and the beautiful!

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Branding and solicitors…myth or massive?
Posted By: neil

Many misunderstand what brand is.  None more so perhaps than lawyers? 

Here, Neil Quantick gives his view on how it is misunderstood, and the simplicity of good and effective brand communication.

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Solicitors telling it like it is…
Posted By: neil

Many people see lawyers as pompous and unapproachable.  Perhaps the language we use is the reason? 

Here, Neil Quantick explores the concept of plain English, and how it’s at the heart of a very different service offering from Quanticks.

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Partnerships – heading for history….?
Posted By: neil

On 2 May 2011, Quanticks became a trading division of Qlaw Legal Services Ltd.  The move, relatively unusual in the legal world, is something which founding solicitor Neil Quantick believes will become the norm.  Here, Neil shares his thoughts on the move, and some of the unhealthy culture that traditional partnerships breed.

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Paperless office makes news with Lloyds TSB!
Posted By: neil

Lloyds TSB Commercial heard about our ground breaking paperless office, and asked to feature it on their website!  Take a look.

http://tinyurl.com/3sthrb3



Law Society feature paperless office
Posted By: neil

The Law Society publish article on our ground breaking paperless office.

http://www.lawgazette.co.uk/in-business/paperless-offices-tearing-customs



 
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