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Over 250 Quindell shareholders register for planned group action

Colin Gibson

More than 250 current and former shareholders in AIM-listed alternative business structure Quindell have already registered their interest in a potential group action, Liverpool law firm Camps has said.

December 19th, 2014

Plant reflects on five years at helm of SRA: “It’s a far better place now”

Charles Plant

Charles Plant is leaving the Solicitors Regulation Authority at the end of this month “in a great deal better state than where I found it”, he has said in an interview to mark the end of his five-year tenure.

December 19th, 2014

High Court: barrister has arguable discrimination claim against BSB

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A black barrister had an arguable case that she was indirectly discriminated against by the Bar Standards Board through its disciplinary procedures, the High Court ruled yesterday.

December 19th, 2014

Exclusive: “We will be biggest brand in UK,” says LegalZoom


US company LegalZoom today makes plain its ambitions for the UK market by saying there is “no question” that it will become the best-known legal brand on this side of the Atlantic.

December 18th, 2014

Legal Futures Report


This first Legal Futures Special Report, in association with Thomson Reuters, examines the changing face of City law firms. It demonstrates how far City law firms have moved in a relatively short period of time, mainly (but not exclusively) in response to the recession and the demands of their clients.

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Time to get mobile

Lisa Middleton

Using mobile for online access has been steadily growing and has featured in a few trend predictions before, but 2015 will truly be the year that you must go mobile to retain and attract customers. For the first time, shopping transactions made by mobile outstripped desktop in 2014’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday activity.

December 18th, 2014