The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) wants to reduce the minimum levels of insurance cover that regulated firms must hold. The Law Society will be submitting our analysis of the proposals. But one of the questions we are left with is: who will benefit from these reforms?
What are the consequences and considerations if a key person, or fee earner, within your firm is unable to work? Do you have adequate protection in place to mitigate against the risks of this?
The Law Society’s Practice Advice Service looks at the circumstances under which you can refuse to provide a service and demonstrate that you have acted properly.
With accountancy firms moving into legal work, and unregulated legal advice on the rise, the competitive pressure on law firms is getting more intense. Could joining forces with independent financial advisers be the answer? Ian Muirhead presents his case.
Last week the SRA announced a series of decisions on the outcome of its Handbook reforms. Marzena Lipman, Policy Adviser, gives an overview of the changes and what the Law Society plans to do to help Members adapt to the changes.
Last week, the SRA announced a series of decisions on the outcome of its Handbook reforms. Marzena Lipman, policy adviser at the Law Society, gives an overview of the changes.
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This month’s round-up of best practice management comment, features, and news from across the web includes articles on new technology, workplace culture and mental health.
This month’s round-up of best practice management comment, features, and news from across the web includes articles on wellbeing and mental health, leadership, and technology and innovation.
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Rollingsons Solicitors transfers its client files to a national firm.
International firm consulted last year on moving posts to ‘lower cost’ alternatives.
Firm’s UK arm posts strong profits in ‘best year yet’.