The causes of conduct that leads to regulatory action are often more informative than
Jeff Turton warns of a significant impact to parties who are in breach of orders to serve witnes
Graham Reid unpicks the reasoning behind the SDT’s decision to issue reportedly its highest ever fine, and looks at the lessons to be learned by othe
John Melville-Smith discusses the limits of solicitors’ liability regarding a discretionary trust in the case of Joseph v Farrer &
Martina Hogg argues that the soon-to-be-launched enforcement consultation must take into account concerns about how the regulator handles SD
In the wake of a significant decision in Halsall, is time running out on claims against tax advisers, asks Alasdai
Georgina Squire reflects on the groundbreaking judgments and procedural changes litigators have had to get to grips with and looks ahead to the possible im
Following the SRA’s case against Leigh Day, is it time for the SDT to rethink its use of the criminal standard of proof, asks Iai
Sarah Clover and Tony Nurse-Marsh set out the latest developments for conveyancing solicitors and highlight the steps that can be taken in the event of a c
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