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Famous logistics company Stobart Group now has a law firm to sit alongside its direct access barrister service.
Business Secretary Vince Cable is to propose making the people who ran failed companies personally liable for the firm's debts as part of an overhaul of company rules.
Insurer applying to SRA for licence. Direct Line Group is planning to launch an in-house law firm. The new unit, DLG Legal Services, will be run in partnership with law firm Parabis Law.
The legal profession needs to face up to "some hard facts" – including an oversupply of lawyers – that go beyond government plans for legal aid reform, justice minister Lord
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) is biting off more than it can chew by trying to deal with the financial stability of law firms.
More than two decades after the Runciman Commission was set up following high-profile miscarriages of justice, the chairman of the Bar Council has called for a royal commission to conduct a root-and-branch review of the criminal justice system.
The Court of Appeal has censured two solicitors and a barrister after an embargoed draft judgment was disclosed to third parties in breach of a court order.
The "sustainable consolidation" of nearly 1,200 small criminal law firms could be driven by requiring them to have a minimum number of duty solicitors, the Law Society has proposed as its alternative to price competitive tendering.
Dynamo is looking to recruit 245 law firms across England and Wales to its collective marketing scheme and build a £7m advertising war chest.
Chris Grayling, the justice secretary, put the Law Society in the driving seat on the criminal legal aid cuts while repeatedly attacking barristers and the Bar at a meeting of the justice select committee.
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