2020-06-02T06:17:00+01:00By John Hyde
Sole director is one of those claiming for lost monies, as he goes on to run unregulated legal business.
2020-06-01T15:48:00+01:00By Jemma Slingo
Partner failed to advise clients about 'obvious pitfalls' of off-plan developments.
2020-05-27T13:46:00+01:00By John Hyde
Practitioner said he was acting in client’s interests and planned to get retrospective approval.
2020-05-26T06:36:00+01:00By John Hyde
South Wales litigation solicitor ‘reluctantly’ agrees to be struck off over misleading mediation statements.
11 May 2020By Iain Miller
Risk and compliance.
11 May 2020By Hannah Laming
2020-04-27T15:39:00+01:00By Jessica Clay,
Ordinarily the regulator is not overly interested in fixed penalty notices. But these are not ordinary times.
2020-04-20T16:01:00+01:00By Jonathan Goldsmith
Regulator could learn from the American Bar Association's response to the crisis.
2020-01-08T13:15:00+00:00By Michael Cross
History shows that innovation happens despite, not because of, what is wanted by the great and the good.
2019-11-29T12:06:00+00:00By David Pickup
The Solicitor’s Handbook 2019 | Gregory Treverton-Jones QC, Nigel West, Susanna Heley and Robert Forman.
2019-11-26T13:31:00+00:00By John Hyde
The regulator has trusted solicitors to flourish in the absence of restrictions - now it’s a case of hoping it works.
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