Compliance, Regulation and Practice Management

Features and opinion

  • Richard Mathias

    Home fee


    Richard Mathias looks at the current state of referral fees in the property sector. What effect have they had in practice? Why is a ban on referral fees being considered? And how can the existing system be improved?

  • Amanda Potter

    Intelligence gathering


    Emotional intelligence can be a leader’s greatest asset, or if ignored, their greatest risk. Dr Amanda Potter looks at why EQ matters in the workplace, and how you can develop yours

  • Michael Garson

    Star gazing


    Michael Garson outlines some of the key features of the new regulatory environment, following the introduction of the new SRA Standards and Regulations

  • Data - building made of binary code

    The fine print


    In November, real estate company Deutsche Wohnen SE was hit with a fine of €14.5m under the General Data Protection Regulation. Clare Harman Clark looks at the role of property solicitors in helping their clients abide by the regulation

  • rebecca-atkinson-600x400

    Moving on


    In the second of a two-part series on complaints, Rebecca Atkinson looks at what steps you should be taking when a complaint has been received, and how best to resolve complaints to avoid them reaching the Legal Ombudsman

  • Sarah Dwight

    The Friday blues


    Sarah Dwight looks at the phenomenon of Friday afternoon fraud and what you can do to help reduce the risk of your firm or your client becoming a victim

Practice Management Collection

Property Collection - Practice Management

In 2018, we rounded up some of our most popular articles on practice management in property practice, in our first Property in Practice Collection.

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