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Monday, December 5, 2011
Festivals are a way to give our mind and body a change from the otherwise mundane life. It seems impossible to not to get be-dazzled by the little joys which such festivals flag on.
At Draft and Craft Law Firm Pvt. Ltd. the festivity has kicked off really well and the “Festival Blast” is in full swing.
Last week, we colored the whole Draft n Craft GREEN. Huge discounts and offers were given on services like document review, deposition summarization, contract outsourcing solutions, legal transcription and paralegal services.
By giving plethora of discounts and bargains we thrived in making the attorneys and the law firms believe that the grass is greener on their side rather than on the other side. The Green week came to an end with a much Talkabout “Green-A-Thon”. We at Draft n Craft turned down the power on November 30, 2011 for thirty minutes to show our gratitude to none other than “the mighty Nature”.
Festivals are definitely a way to celebrate life and also, a way to get the brain to release more endorphins. Keeping this in mind, Draft n Craft announces one more week of happiness. The color of celebration this week is YELLOW. We are giving MORE discounts, MORE offers and MORE bargains on our services like document review, deposition summarization, contract outsourcing solutions, legal transcription and paralegal services. Not only this, continuing with the series of Webinars, this week it’s all about “Festival: Repercussions on Law Firms” on December 7, 2011.
Hence, DON’T THINK!!! Just avail the discounts before it’s too late and you wait restlessly for another year.
The festival blast has just not been restricted to good deals and offers. It is about celebrations while keeping the spirit of work alive.
Draft n Craft celebrated Green-A-Thon the whole of last week. Draft n Craft walked an extra mile to pay its gratitude to the mighty nature by turning off the power for 30 minutes. The employees at Draft n Craft even planted trees to celebrate the green-a-thon week.
Festival Blast is here to help attorneys live their festivities to the fullest. Draft n Craft is taking care of the attorney workload and giving special offers without compromising on the quality of the work. Each week is dedicated to a color and the next color to be celebrated is YELLOW, the color of success.
Monday, November 21, 2011
It’s that time of the year when everyone loves letting their hair down, putting on their dancing shoes and getting into colorful & trendy ensembles. Yes, we are talking about Festivals. It’s that time when everybody looks forward to break the monotonous working life and have fun with the loved ones. After all, all work and no play makes Jack/ Jackie a dull boy/ girl. So attorneys do all the desired things and let Draft n Craft handle the workload.
Everything in the past week at Draft n Craft was colored INDIGO. To go with the theme, infinite discounts were given on the finite services like document review, deposition summarization, contract outsourcing solutions, legal transcription and paralegal services. A complimentary Webinar was also conducted on “Festivity: A Boon or Bane for Productivity?” to answer all the apprehensions related to festival season. After the grand thrive in that one, we at Draft n Craft have decided to come up with many more such webinars to help attorneys in the US & UK.
Attorneys in the US & UK will definitely swing to the festival music and laugh at their tedious workload. Contrary to a general perception, feeling BLUE is not about being sad this week. At Draft and Craft Law Firm P. Ltd. BLUE is the color of happiness and new life.
If you think that the happiness ends here, then WAIT!! As Draft n Craft has come up with an extra 30% discount on all its legal & paralegal services during the Thanksgiving & Black Friday week. So this festival season make it a Thanksgiving tradition to make full use of Black Friday cum Thanksgiving discounts offered by Draft n Craft.
The innumerable and unbelievable discounts on document review, deposition summarization, contract outsourcing solutions, legal transcription and paralegal services will make attorneys live their festivals to the fullest. Draft n Craft will give not just one reason, but many reasons to make every cell in the body jig. Even attorneys will enjoy the glitters of this festival season.
Hence, shake a leg and gyrate your body to the rhythm of the festivals as Draft and Craft Law Firm P. Ltd. comes as Draft n Craft - The Savior to handle all your workload and backlog.
Thursday, November 10, 2011
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About Draft n Craft
Established in 2008, Draft n Craft is a cut to the chase Legal Process Outsourcing Company with strong and dedicated work force of professionals. Having established a brilliant track record, Draft n Craft has been partners of growth to many of the law firms and corporations in the UK and US. Draft n Craft’s supreme focus has always been on helping lawyers deliver the best value to their clients by working on process and technology optimization, and by devising ways to rationalize client’s operational spending.
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Wish for anything from Pin to Plane at Festlex Deals.( A platform by Draft n Craft for Attorneys Only)
Draft n Craft believes in making life simple and festivals sweeter.
Think of shopping at a mall or a market place during the festival season, one does get discounts, but at the same time too many people starts flocking to that one place.
Does that seem CHAOTIC & FRENZIED??? Well. If yes, then just metamorphose the whole scene in Virtual Reality.
Draft n Craft’s Festlex Deals group will get the great value for money deals.
The Bottom Line is that Draft n Craft is going to make attorney’s festive season Merrier by making the savings Fatter with all those incredible deals.
Thursday, May 27, 2010
How so ever tough the immigration policies had become yet the immigration continued people have always been finding one or the other ways to travel to developed countries like US & UK. This had always put lot of constraints to their economy, security, culture, religion & other aspects of those countries.
I understand the immigration was the first part of balancing the economies. The next step turned out to be off-shoring of services instead of inviting people to the country. The birth of off-shoring is being deep rooted. The debate between immigration versus off-shoring is yet to commence so it may not be ideal to find any opinion on the same but it will developed once there will be interaction & discussions.
Monday, January 18, 2010
Traditionally, there are two popular modules of outsourcing the legal processes: first through Third Party Service Providers/Vendors (TPSP’s) and/or second by owning one’s Captive Unit in offshore locations. Though both are popular but one cannot rule out the risks and impediments associated with either.
Perceptions on outsourcing legal work to vendors (TPSP’s)
1. No huge capital investments required.
2. Customized solutions.
3. Competitive pricing.
4. Flexibility to scale up and down business relationship.
5. Retains decision-making, therefore relationship with TPSP is clear (fee-based, quality-based).
6. As it is a contract based mutual agreement thereby there is more business commitment.
7. Ability to focus on core business issues.
8. No compromise in quality at cost effective rates.
9. Better process maturity, resource flexibility and economies of scale.
10. Flexibility in deploying new technology.
11. No requirement to hire additional personnel.
12. No legal or statutory compliance issues to set up a new unit.
1. Risk of Confidentiality being at stake.
2. Risk of possible drop in quality standards.
3. Absence of processes to monitor metrics and possible timely intervention when issues are escalated.
4. Tight business margins.
Perceptions on owning a Captive unitPerceptions favoring:
1. Maintenance of in-house confidentiality & quality.
2. Management and retention of control over risk profile, especially for critical business areas.
3. Development for global delivery models with centralized and standardized processes.
4. All investments made on people and infrastructure is completely retained.
5. Better control over processes, time lines & enhanced quality of operations.
6. Alignment of offshore initiatives with their culture & values.
7. Creation of robust technology infrastructure for greater efficiency and scalability of operations.
1. Huge Capital Investments.
2. Recurring Costs.
3. Hassles of incorporating the captive unit offshore like India.
4. Exit impossible without incurring high costs.
5. Compulsion to keep absolute control over processes.
6. Legal Requirements to set-up captive unit, say in India:
i. Incorporation of the Company as a legal entity.
ii. Local registrations.
iii. Bank Accounts.
iv. Appointment of Company Secretaries & Auditors.
v RBI/Government Approvals.
vi. Ensuring legal and statutory compliances.
vii. Local taxation issues.
7. Human Resources requirements of captive center
i. Staffing .
ii. Training & Talent management.
iii. Hiring of Core Team.
iv. Employee retention.
8. Facilities & Infrastructure
i. Vendor Management & Negotiations.
ii. Hardware & Software Procurement Systems.
iii. Communications & Network Integrations.
iv. Acquisition and operationalizing of facilities.
With the aim to revolutionize the LPO paradigm, Draft n Craft has devised the “apt solution” destined to enrich legal outsourcing experience throughout the industry.
For a long time, a desire was felt throughout the industry to transcend to new levels of Legal Process Outsourcing. Without doubt the AptCaptive™ is at present the lex epitome of the legal outsourcing industry. The module however is so ambitious that, in its initial stages Draft n Craft will be offering this to only a limited selected group of companies and law firms.
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