Risk and compliance

Asons Solicitors, Bolton

News focus: More questions than answers on Asons

18 September 2017By

Bolton Council may have been exonerated by a long-awaited report into why it gave cash-strapped Asons Solicitors a £300k grant, but key issues have not been addressed.

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Neumans in administration but high hopes for creditors

15 September 2017By

Firm shut down earlier this year says it hopes to settle all outstanding claims from creditors.

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Firms braced for negligence flood over ground rent advice

12 September 2017By

Conveyancing sector also waiting on outcome of crucial fraudster liability appeal.

Asons Solicitors, Bolton

Audit finds 'no rationale' for emergency £300k Asons grant

12 September 2017By

Long-awaited audit report says grant to Bolton PI firm was ‘legal and appropriate’ - but criticises council.

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Jonathan Goldsmith

A drastic report on privilege

4 September 2017By

Panama Papers report crosses sacrosanct boundaries - we should be seriously concerned.

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When clients instruct a solicitor, they expect the full package

15 August 2017By

Yes, the market has changed -  but consumers must not be misled into thinking they are always protected.


Fund burden

24 July 2017By Stanley Jacobs

Practising certificate fees put pressure on small firms.

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Whitlam’s Law: Time to change outmoded drink-driving laws

21 July 2017By Amy Clowrey

Law must give prosecutors ability to catch those drink-driving on private land.

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