Anti-money laundering resources – we can help


LSAG AML guidance - what you need to know

2021-01-20T10:12:00+00:00By Rick Kent

Rick Kent, anti-money laundering policy manager, looks at the key changes introduced by the revised anti-money laundering guidance for the legal sector.


Eight AML questions the SRA may ask

2024-05-17T15:10:00+01:00Partner content

Richard Simms from AMLCC sets out the eight questions you should ask to establish if your firm is anti-money-laundering compliant before you get a visit from the Solicitors Regulation Authority


Legal Ombudsman Scheme Rules – the changes


New changes to the Legal Ombudsman (LeO) Scheme Rules – the most significant since the organisation opened – come into effect on 1 April 2023. Paul Wightman outlines what to expect

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Invisible processing of data

2024-07-11T11:21:00+01:00Partner content

Tony Imossi of the Association of British Investigators (ABI) explores the practice of processing personal data without an individual’s knowledge, and outlines the risks it poses to solicitors

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Rules of engagement


Frank Maher looks at the regulatory obligations around limiting liability to clients in engagement letters

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On account


Karen Edwards outlines the benefits and the risks of firms taking credit card payments for client accounts

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Brexit and practising rights


Anna Drozd and Betty-Ann Morain look at practice rights in the light of Brexit.

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Serve and protect

2024-07-11T00:00:00+01:00Partner content

Following the recent cyber attacks at CTS, Law Society partner Mitigo asks how to protect your firm’s data when using a managed service provider

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In scope


In light of recent fines by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, Andy Donovan looks at what firms should do to ensure website compliance with the requirements of the SRA Transparency Rules


Diversity and inclusion – the benefits to your firm


Pearl Moses reflects on her experience with diversity and inclusion in the legal sector and although she says the profession is changing, bias remains an issue

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Under scrutiny


Tracey Calvert revisits the compliance obligations around undertakings