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Davies Wallis Foyster launches national service via the internet

North-West law firm Davies Wallis Foyster has increased and diversified its presence in the region by launching a national centre for high-volume, process-driven legal transactions in Warrington.

7 June 2001

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North-West law firm Davies Wallis Foyster has increased and
diversified its presence in the region by launching a national centre for
high-volume, process-driven legal transactions in Warrington.

The
service is technology-focused, providing information management via the
internet. Clients can track the history of a case online and access
documentation electronically. The operation will trade under the name DWF Maxima
and will be headed by Davies Wallis partner Mary Barlow. Barlow’s knowledge of
the process-driven legal services market is crucial to Davies Wallis' expansion
plans. The Warrington centre will offer a single source solution for the
management of high-volume legal transactions, such as debt recovery,
remortgaging and selling plots for residential developers.

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