Celebrating being a LexisNexis Legal Awards finalist!

21 Jan 20 by Kerry Byrne
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MyHRCases hit the headlines again – this time for being shortlisted in the LexisNexis Legal Awards 2020!

Only a month after finding out that we are a finalist in two Modern Law Awards – in the ‘ABS of the Year’ and ‘Boutique Law Firm of the Year’ categories – we’ve received further great news following our latest recognition in the legal sector.

We ‘battled it out’ in LexisNexis’s ‘Award for Legal Services Innovation’ category alongside 360 Law Group, The Divorce Surgery (the winners), Escalate Law and Tenet Compliance & Litigation.

Our shortlist announcement was for MyHRCases – our market-leading cloud-based ER case management solution that we officially launched last year. This is a smart integrated system that helps HR and ER professionals manage increased workloads and complex employment law issues.

We have already utilised it to help with hundreds of challenging issues plaguing organisations – and recorded thousands of hours of legal advice as a result.  So, we are ecstatic to receive further high praise for our savvy software!

It has been an exciting time for us in terms of accolades, following the fantastic news that our ESP Law team was firstly crowned Legal Week Innovation award-winners back in 2019 before securing a finalist spot in the Personnel Today prize-giving.

And we thoroughly enjoyed the ceremony at Sheraton Grand London Park Lane in Piccadilly, London, on 11th March.



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Post by Kerry Byrne

Senior marketing executive, esphr