...a fantastic opportunity for dialogue with the UK and European legal profession, financial services and public sectors...
Edinburgh, UK (PRWEB UK) 17 October 2013
Market-leading document generation software firm, HotDocs, today announced that Steve Carter, Head of North Professional Practices at Baker Tilly, will provide the keynote address at the User Group Meeting taking place on Tuesday 12th November in London.
Steve specialises in advising law firms on strategic matters and a wide range of accounting and tax issues. With over 37 years of experience, he is a partner and head of Baker Tilly's professional practices group in the Northern region. Steve is a committee member of ICAEW Solicitors' Special Interest Group and regularly speaks at Law Society and ICAEW conferences and seminars.
At the HotDocs User Group Meeting, Steve will talk around the topics included in Baker Tilly's 2013 Legal Innovation Report, setting the tone for the overall theme of the User Group Meeting, "Doing More with Less".
He commented: "Attending the HotDocs User Group Meeting offers a fantastic opportunity for dialogue with the UK and European legal profession, as well as with representatives from the financial services and public sectors. In addition to providing the keynote address, I will be maximising on the chance to gather feedback and opinion on the future direction of legal innovation from the point of view of law firms, legal services providers and the other organisations in attendance."
Paul Rodgers, Senior Sales Executive at HotDocs Limited, concluded: "While our User Group Meetings are principally a forum for existing and prospective customers to meet with our team to discuss the latest product developments, we always try to ensure that we also offer impartial information on current business trends to enhance the quality of the event for all participants. As a national, independent firm of chartered accountants and business advisers, Baker Tilly are extremely well positioned to talk to our customers about what is driving change within the wider legal marketplace."
If you would like to attend the HotDocs User Group Meeting, please email [email protected] for further information.