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The government is planning to create a UK-wide £650m “legal services marketplace” from which the public sector will procure commercial legal services
“Concerned words” about diversity and social mobility need to be turned into action through changes to the way the criminal courts operate if junior barristers are to be retained
A personal injury solicitor convicted of benefit fraud after being paid for case referrals while receiving employment support allowance (ESA) has been struck off.
A solicitor who failed to ask for either personal or professional references before recruiting a conveyancer who went on to carry out a series of frauds, has been struck off by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT).
An employee of a City law firm who abused her company credit card has been fined and stopped from working in the profession.
The Law Society has hit out at the latest raft of reforms proposed by the SRA and particularly the idea of granting ‘freelance’ solicitors the ability to deliver reserved legal services without being either a registered sole practitioner or part of a law firm.
The Law Society has settled the case that saw the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) rule that that it abused a dominant position
Willkie Farr & Gallagher, Simmons & Simmons, Pinsent Masons and Locke Lord have taken roles on civil and criminal claims stemming from the collapse of FTSE 250 oil company Afren, as the SFO announces charges against two of its executives
Director of now dissolved Warwick Solicitors to stand trial at Bristol Crown Court following an investigation by West Midlands Police
The row between SRA and Law Society over the former’s plan to allow solicitors to practise from unregulated firms has stepped up a notch
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