Compensation payments made to the wrongly convicted will no longer be reduced to account for ‘saved living costs’.
A woman who falsely claimed to be a solicitor and provided immigration advice received the suspended sentence on 7 July.
The government says the Professional Enablers Taskforce is bringing together regulatory bodies, law enforcement teams and government departments to increase enforcement action against lawyers who help migrants exploit the immigration system.
The Competition Appeal Tribunal upheld a decision by the Competition and Markets Authority to fine a pharmaceutical manufacturer £84 million for overcharging the NHS.
The government says it is cracking down on employers and landlords who allow illegal migrants to work for them or rent their properties.
Solicitor Mark Evans takes up the role of vice president in 2024, and will take over from Lubna Shuja as president the following year.
The government should address the issue of domestic abuse enabled by smart technology, such as fitness trackers, MPs say.
The Legal Service Board will look at how regulators can better tackle serious and wilful misconduct in the legal services industry - including through the introduction of higher fines.