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Staying on the right side

Staying on the right side

Tony Guise discusses how solicitors can manage referrals properly to avoid the wrath of the regulator
Pick and choose

Pick and choose

The level of damages awarded in spinal injury claims is high and is increasing rapidly, but these figures can only be achieved by selecting the right experts. Paul Paxton considers professionals who could improve the chance of a successful outcome
East Anglia: all change

East Anglia: all change

Despite escaping the worst effects of the downturn, changes in the legal and economic climate have encouraged East Anglia firms to review their strategies and explore new avenues to prosperity. Jean-Yves Gilg reports
Medical attention

Medical attention

With the number of experts willing to take on medico-legal work falling, and those that do failing to keep up to date with their area of expertise, solicitors should think carefully before instructing them, says DJ David Oldham
Taking cover

Taking cover

Premiums might go up, or they might not, but either way solicitors would benefit from putting in early and properly presented applications to their indemnity insurance provider and avoid last year's fiasco. Jean-Yves Gilg reports
Driving a hard bargain

Driving a hard bargain

Proposed plea bargaining powers would have important ramifications for both prosecutors and defenders in complex financial crime cases, says Steven Francis
Trivial pursuit

Trivial pursuit

With wider protection available to whistleblowers, employees' concerns about environmental damage should not be disregarded as too trivial, says Daniel Tivadar
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