Christmas is a time for giving so what better way to embrace the spirit of the season than supporting charities thereby helping those in need? Read about our fundraising efforts for Children in Need, Donna Louise Children's Hospice, Trussell Trust, Whitechapel Centre and Save the Children. We're doing everything from a Christmas bonus ball competition to Christmas Jumper Day! Overall, we're pledging over £1.4K, and donating food and toys to local foodbanks.
Many thanks to all our clients, partners, suppliers and employees for making 2016 such a successful year by continuing to support us. Everyone at Quill sends merry Christmas wishes to you and yours. We'll be closing for business at 1pm on 23rd December and re-opening at 9am on 3rd January. Our servers and infrastructure will be constantly monitored throughout the shutdown period.
Our popular ’12 tips of Christmas’ are back again! This year brings you a whole new series of time-saving Interactive user tips to really get to know your software better. So, whether you're a seasoned Quill software user, just starting out or looking to refresh your skills, follow us on Twitter to receive our festive advice straight to your timeline. Read more.
This year's Children in Need annual appeal looks set to be the biggest yet and we're in on the act. Tomorrow's fundraising activities include the great Mancunian buffet, guess the weight of the cake, quiz, raffle and various games. Plus, some of our staff are taking on their own personal challenges in the name of charity. Read more and check out photos from the day on our Facebook page.
Data storage regulations are already onerous. Now, your data storage requirements are set to get even harder. The EU General Data Protection Regulation was adopted in May 2016 and will be introduced in May 2018 after a 2-year transition period. With due diligence, you can tackle any compliance and privacy risks, and allow enough time to prepare ahead of deadline. Find out how.
The SRA Accounts Rules are under review again. In this final, third phase, the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s proposing reducing the length and complexity of the Rules and relaxing deadlines. If the changes go ahead, law firms will still have a professional obligation to protect client monies but they’ll have greater freedom and flexibility over how they look after their finances.