Our latest leadership roundup brings news of a new piece of software, a little known option for married couples, a strong message regarding Covid-19, and recognition for a CEO.
Gary Gallen named in ‘Top 100 Attorneys’
The founder and CEO of rradar, Gary Gallen, has been featured as one of the top 100 attorneys by Top 100 Magazine. Gallen, who is a specialist in litigation, founded the company in 2012 to bridge the gap between the worlds of law, technology and risk management.
Speaking about the announcement, Gallen said it was ‘great to receive this news that I am included in The Top 100 attorneys, which lists some great fellow lawyers and attorneys from all around the world representing clients in the most complex and headline cases, conducting leading edge legal work & driving innovation & change in our global profession.
‘I am so proud to lead an incredible multi-disciplinary & genius team of lawyers, technology experts, specialist industry advisors, media & communications experts, developers & training experts.
Ombnibus launches new software
Omnibus, the Lancashire-based provider of passenger transport software, has announced the launch of a new module that will allow bus operators to provide ‘seamless, compliant timetable data for the Bus Open Data Service (BODS).
Commenting on the release, managing director Peter Chrichton said, ‘Operators can set up their BODS data flow now, with their current TransXChange files, and they will only need a simple data refresh once the BODS TransXChange option is available in the Autumn. Our advice is to get ahead of the game and establish your BODS data flow now and not in the weeks before Christmas. As always, the Omnibus support team is on hand to help guide anyone through the process.’
Robertsons Solicitors explains post-nuptial agreements
Chris Barber’s Cardiff-based firm of solicitors, Robertsons Solicitors, have provided helpful advice for anyone considering a post-nuptial agreement. The lesser known relative of the pre-nup, a post-nup is the means by which an already married couple can sign a formal agreement on how they would divide their assets in the event of a divorce. Although such an agreement is not formally recognised in England and Wales, Robertsons Solicitors explain why it could still be a good option for some married couples.
The firm also provide advice on the difficulties of writing a will during a global pandemic.
SG Gaming delivers powerful message to clients and staff
SG Gaming, the leading provider of gaming solutions for the betting office, arcade and bingo sectors in the UK, has put out a ‘We stand with you’ message to all their clients and staff.
The organisation, which is led by Phil Horne, said:
‘We continue to closely monitor and respond to the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak with the best interests of our employees, partners and communities at heart. We are working with our employees and partners around the globe to do our best to keep everyone safe and healthy while providing quality products, support and services to players and gaming and lottery organisations in more than 50 countries.
‘We are following government regulations while maintaining our commitment to our partners and their businesses. During this time, we have implemented remote work for many employees, and those who are reporting to work are doing so with social distancing and enhanced cleaning procedures in place. Our employees are not traveling for business, but are prepared to serve you virtually. We believe this approach will help us to support your business during this challenging time.’