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14 December 2018

The Leigh Day Letters: Looking for the smoking gun

So what to make of the correspondence published yesterday by the Solicitors Regulation Authority about its dealings with the government over the Leigh Day case?

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12 December 2018

Open justice and technology: Friend or foe?

Why not use this new age of technology to represent your client in court by simply logging on? However, with representation conducted from the privacy of your own space, just how ‘open’ might this process be?

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10 December 2018
Barbara Hamilton-Bruce LF conf 2018

People change, people deliver

I’ve been in the midst of change for most of my career. Change was the unintended consequence of getting into PI. Change became intentional when I stepped into a senior operational role.

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5 December 2018

Is the insurance market starting to harden for solicitors?

Whilst there may be evidence that the insurance market for solicitors is starting to harden, with competition between insurers now far more evident, the headline is not straightforward to answer.

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3 December 2018

Has much changed since GDPR Day?

Most companies have seen an increase in the number of subject access requests being made, some considerably so. The more challenging requests were often driven by pending legal action.

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