After treasury tags and Bulldog clips (see Obiter, 13 June), the Legal Aid Agency’s latest stationery update tackles…headed notepaper that features old logos.

It seems not everyone is aware that permission to use old names and logos associated with the agency’s predecessor, the Legal Services Commission, ended on 30 June 2013.

Practitioners are being reminded not to use, either verbally or in writing: Community Legal Advice Centre (‘CLAC’), Community Legal Advice Network (‘CLAN’), Criminal Defence Service (‘CDS’) and Community Legal Advice (’CLS’).

In what is perhaps an indication of where the old logos are cropping up, the agency says that those who still have ‘stocks of headed notepaper’ featuring the CDS or CLS logo ‘should talk to your contract manager’.