- Friday, 15 May 2015
The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has proposed that it should be given, for the first time, the power to intervene in barristers’ practices and chambers. It also wants new powers on fines and setting up a compensation fund.
Tags: bar standards board, compensation fund, fines, interventions
Posted in Barristers, Latest news, Regulation
- Wednesday, 7 January 2015
Claims management companies (CMCs) which break the rules this year face potentially huge fines – of up to 20% for those with an annual turnover of more than £500,000. Smaller CMCs can be fined up to £100,000.
Tags: claims management companies, CMRU, fines, Ministry of Justice
Posted in Latest news, Marketing & PR, Regulation
- Thursday, 4 December 2014
ILEX Professional Standards (IPS) has applied to the Legal Services Board (LSB) to raise the maximum fines limit for chartered legal executives from the current £3,000 to a top level of £50m.
Tags: Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, chartered legal executives, CILEX, fines, ILEX Professional Standards
Posted in Latest news, Legal Executives, Legal Services Act, Regulation
January – the month that gave us Blue Monday, reportedly the most depressing day of the year – also brought more bad news for those in the RTA sector.
The inaugural LSLA roundtable discussed the significant gender gap at partner level in law firms and what more can be done to increase the rate of progress.
Ever since the SRA introduced the transparency rules in 2018, we have encouraged solicitors to not just embrace the regulations and the thinking behind them, but to go far beyond.
Landmark Information Group convenes property industry to shape the future of home buying and selling
Reflecting on the year-on-year data, we can see some signs of the market stabilising somewhat after the initial shock of rapidly rising rates earlier this year
Spring budget property predictions: Conveyancers should prepare now to minimise impact and maximise opportunity