Deborah Witkiss examines how technology can assist frims to meet their price transparency requirements.
Marzena Lipman, regulatory policy adviser, provides an update on the work the regulators are doing on digital comparison tools (DCTs) for consumers and what it might mean for law firms.
In May 2020 the SRA commissioned an evaluation of their Transparency Rules. Janet Noble looks at how the findings can benefit firms.
Peter Scott, director of Peter Scott Consulting, takes a look at some law firm websites to assess compliance with the price transparency requirements.
Iain Miller, partner at Kingsley Napley, considers the impact of the SRA’s price transparency requirements.
Sarah Brodie outlines the details of the SRA Transparency Rules, which come into force in December.
Last week the SRA announced it would proceed with controversial proposals to require firms to publish pricing information on their websites. Michael Lonergan, policy adviser, outlines the changes announced.
In late September, the SRA opened its three month consultation on improving the availability of information for consumers. Michael Lonergan, policy adviser, gives an overview of the consultation and encourages members to share their views on it.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has outlined the steps it plans to take to improve transparency in the legal services market. Michael Lonergan, regulatory policy advisor, provides a refresher on what has happened to date and what the latest announcement may mean for the profession.
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