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Three-way merger creates top-200 ABS

Adrian Jaggard Taylor Rose

A three-way merger into a new alternative business structure has created a top 200 law firm, Legal Futures can reveal. The ABS, Taylor Rose TTKW, is made up of Peterborough-headquartered Taylor Rose Law, its associated costs firm Jaggards, and London firm Tucker Turner Kingsley Wood.

October 6th, 2015

“Many parts of the Bar are in severe pain,” acknowledges BSB chair

Sir Andrew Burns

The present model for delivering justice in the criminal, family and immigration courts has become “increasingly challenged” and “many parts of the Bar are in severe pain”, the chair of the Bar Standards Board has said. Sir Andrew Burns said he wanted the BSB to become much more of a risk-based regulator.

October 6th, 2015

Small law firms “saved up to 25%” after Qatari insurer joined indemnity market

boehmer brian

Small law firms have been saving up to 25% on their indemnity insurance premiums following the arrival of a new insurer from Qatar, broker Lockton has said. Brian Boehmer estimated that firms had saved on average around 10%.

October 6th, 2015

Legal Futures Report


The third issue of Legal Futures Insight delves into an area of legal practice that has been in constant turmoil over recent years: personal injury.

MedCo has been the source of constant headlines on our sister site Litigation Futures in recent months, and in this issue we explore what is going well and what not so well. With the process of weeding out some of the worst offenders now underway, is fragmentation of the market for medical reports is a good thing or will it only lead to more confusion?