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4 marketing strategies that work for Family Law Practices

4 marketing strategies that work for Family Law Practices

by on August 1, 2019

Law practices, and family law practices, in particular, are in an aggressively growing market with lots of competitors and challenges, which makes a firm's digital exposure and marketing strategies a vital component of what makes the firm popular. 

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5 essential factors to ensure your business safety against lawsuits

5 essential factors to ensure your business safety against lawsuits

by on July 22, 2019

In many business settings, the primary concern of any entrepreneur is cash flow.

Others might be looking forward to completing a sale. It is mind-boggling that entrepreneurs do not consider lawsuits as anything that should get them worried.

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Kartfight gives UK companies the green light to battle it out on Europe’s best indoor kart track

Kartfight gives UK companies the green light to battle it out on Europe’s best indoor kart track

by on May 31, 2016

Kartfight is challenging companies to take to the track to compete against each other in high-powered go-karts in a unique team building and networking experience.

Over 100 companies from seven different industry sectors including:, estate agencies, tech, marcomms, recruitment, finance, law and management consultancies will take part, attempting to beat last year’s winner, Facebook.

Kartfight found in recent research that 1 in 5 employees agree that the opportunity to bond outside of work improves their working relationships. Additionally the study, which was commissioned by event partners TeamSport Indoor Karting, also found one in ten workers believed these events help to improve their communication skills with managers. [more…]

Australia upholds strict anti-tobacco marketing laws

by on August 15, 2012

Australia's High Court has upheld the world's toughest laws on cigarette marketing, dismissing a legal challenge from tobacco companies in a major test case.

Tobacco giants British American Tobacco, Britain's Imperial Tobacco, Philip Morris and Japan Tobacco challenged the laws passed by parliament to ban logos and branding appearing on cigarette packages in Australia's High Court. They said the new rules were unconstitutional because they infringed on their intellectual property rights.

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