It’s been almost a year since the UK (and most of the world) first introduced restrictions to tackle the spread of COVID-19. Most workplaces, including law firms, found themselves transitioning to a digital-first environment for the first time.
This left many firms at a crossroads; not knowing what technology to invest in, how to transition their workflows to the cloud, or the changes needed to be made to their HR policies.
If this sounds familiar, join Clio’s Karl Kohlmann, for an exclusive chat with Mark Minns and Peter Beisty, Partners at mpm legal in London, who specialise in employment and immigration law.
As legal advisers to many firms and businesses who implemented work from home policies, Mark and Peter will share insights into how to successfully transition to a digital-first environment. They will also recount their own experience bringing their firm to the cloud with Clio as their firm’s case management system.
In this online event, we’ll discuss:
- How Employment and Immigration Law has been impacted by our new workplace
- What to consider when choosing (and changing) the technology your law firm uses.
- What the future holds for mpm legal and workplace employment law.
Session duration: 30 minutes
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Practice Management Consultant, UK
Karl has over 5 years consulting experience in the technology industry, with +2 spent as a legal case management consultant at Clio. Clio empowers law firms to be client centred and firm focused, working with the Law Society of England and Wales and approved by the Law Society of Scotland. Over the years Karl has worked with hundreds of legal business owners and practice managers to help them solve for their legal case management needs. Karl is passionate about educating lawyers on using technology to improve their lives, practices and ultimately the lives of the clients they serve.
Mark has been an employment law specialist since 1999 and acts for large international corporations and national and regional businesses across all sectors. As well as businesses based in this country Mark also acts for overseas businesses looking to set up activities in the UK .
A specialist in supporting clients with change programmes and complex workforce restructures, Mark is often involved in the formative stages of such exercises to provide both strategic and legal support. This will often include both redundancy and outsourcing advice as well as changes to senior and Board level appointments.
Mark is ranked in the Chambers Guide to the Legal Profession as a Leading Individual and is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association.
Mark is married and has three (noisy) sons.
Peter has specialised in employment law since 2006, working with a variety of different businesses from global corporations to small charities.
Peter has a solid grounding in the employment tribunal process and has handled in excess of 250 claims from unfair dismissal to race and disability discrimination. Peter also advises businesses on business protection, service agreements, staff handbooks, and general employment policies and procedures.
Peter is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association, a committee member of his local CIPD group and supports a local charity’s management committee. Outside of work Peter’s passions (in no particular order) are cycle racing and riding in the Alps; Italian food and his family.