in brief

August 2005
Lawyer;8/22/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 33, p21
Trade Publication
Reports on developments concerning the British legal community as of August 2005. Failure of about half of the firms to take basic safety measures against information technology security threats; Efforts to establish improved conveyancing systems.


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