Paul Rogerson's articles

  • Paul rogerson
    Opinion

    Charity cases

    10 June 2019

    How beleaguered law centres are drawing on new sources of funding to survive.

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    Opinion

    Competition mission

    3 June 2019

    Leafing through a yellowing copy of the Independent , I note that it is 25 years since (pre-Blairite) Labour dubbed the late Monopolies and Mergers Commission a ‘laughing stock’. Again and again the ‘toothless’ watchdog comes down on the side of big business against the consumer, declared the opposition, calling ...

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    News

    Listed firm Ince Gordon Dadds shakes up its brands

    2019-05-31T11:55:00Z

    Most  affiliated entities, including the international offices acquired from Ince, will be known as Ince.

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    Opinion

    What austerity looks like

    2019-05-20T00:01:00Z

    The Association of Her Majesty’s District Judges’s scathing verdict on the courts reform programme speaks for itself. 

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    Opinion

    Lightening the load

    29 April 2019

    City regulation post-Brexit means ‘same outcome, lower burden’ for FCA’s chief executive. 

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    Opinion

    Order from chaos

    21 January 2019

    As we stumble into the Brexit unknown, lawyers will need to prepare for opaqueness replacing clarity.

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    Opinion

    Stand up and be quoted

    14 January 2019

    2019 marks the centenary of women being allowed to qualify. It’s about time the voices of female solicitors are heard loud and clear in the media. 

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    Opinion

    Continental drift

    3 December 2018

    No matter how hard we try, we cannot ignore the fact that even City lawyers have no cause to sit comfortably as Brexit looms.

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    Opinion

    Skin in the game

    26 November 2018

    Do we need more transparency in the legal system so we know who is profiting from what?

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    Opinion

    A red line on dishonesty

    19 November 2018

    Surely the story of Sovani James proves there is a compelling case for the SRA to set out new fitness to practice rules.