Legal Services Act

NAH law firm “set to generate millions” in coming years

22 March 2019

The wholly owned alternative business structure being launched next month by NAHL plc is likely take on around 30,000 claims a year by 2023 and generate about £25m in revenue, it has emerged.

Sports law firm launches tech company accelerator

22 March 2019

A leading sports law firm has launched an accelerator for high-growth technology companies that offers “a flexible approach to pricing to match the company’s growth curve”.

Brexit will create “colossal body of law”, Lord Reed predicts

21 March 2019

Brexit will create a “colossal body of law for lawyers to get their teeth into”, the deputy president of the Supreme Court, has predicted in wide-ranging evidence given to peers yesterday with the president.

Some conveyancers “too close to developer clients”, MPs warn

19 March 2019

Some conveyancing solicitors have become “too close to developers” and do not put their clients’ interests first, MPs claimed today. They suggested solicitors should part-fund compensation for mis-sold leases.

Turnover and profits down at bullish NAHL

19 March 2019

Revenue and profits were down last year at NAHL plc, the company behind National Accident Helpline and owner of three alternative business structures, its annual results showed today.

Research presses case to offer legal advice alongside healthcare

19 March 2019

Providing legal advice services in healthcare settings can both improve access to advice and support health services to manage non-clinical demand, but current provision in 380 centres is poorly funded.

The gory tale of Ince: £34m in debt as partners refused bail out

14 March 2019

City firm Ince & Co owed creditors £34m when it was sold in a pre-pack and went into administration, after partners refused to bail it out, it has emerged.

First ‘teaching law firm’ celebrates benefits to students and clients

14 March 2019

The ground-breaking ‘teaching law firm’ set up by Nottingham Law School has recovered more than £3m in benefits and compensation for clients since it was set up nearly five years ago.

Four investments and counting – PE house eyes more law firms

13 March 2019

The private equity investor that now has stakes in four law firms is on the lookout for more, it has told Legal Futures. Earlier this month, BGF made a “multi-million pound” investment in two practices.

More than 200 DWF partners to benefit from listing

12 March 2019

More than 200 partners of DWF are selling shares as part of this week’s stock market listing, it has emerged. They will initially receive £19.5m collectively for selling a small proportion of their shares,

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