Risk and compliance

Leigh Day tribunal

Leigh Day in the clear as High Court throws out SRA appeal

19 October 2018By

Ruling likely to bring an end to epic prosecution over Iraqi claims which has cost at least £9m so far.


Veteran solicitor struck off after failing to take out insurance for 12 years

18 October 2018By

Peter Rollin also failed to get SRA authorisation to operate as a sole practitioner.

Sarah Chambers

'What about quality?' Consumer watchdog bemoans focus on prices

16 October 2018By

Legal Services Consumer Panel says clients may be misled into equating high prices with better quality.

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Ban for solicitor who covered up his mistakes

15 October 2018By

Martin Burnett forged signatures and created documents to avoid difficult conversations with clients and employers.

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Gideon Habel, Leigh Day

When should a lawyer admit to being ill?

5 October 2018By Gideon Habel

Part two in a series on ethical questions raised by the regulatory settlement in KP.

Max Walters 2018

Barrister's tweeting trouble

2 October 2018By

Bar complaints report illustrates perils of social media

Paul rogerson

Platform alteration

24 September 2018By

Old media are still coming to terms with the effect tech giants are having on freedom of expression and privacy.

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Solicitors and drink driving

19 September 2018By David Barton

What does the SRA do in cases where behaviour is criminal but not deliberate?

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