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Fees every five minutes in Law Society guide to unbundling
Advocates could be replaced by paralegals acting as McKenzie friends
Mixed response to Edmonds’ call for a single legal regulator
SRA not sufficiently focused on risk, LSB says
View from the bench | ‘We will be thrilled
to see you’
District Judge Tacey Cronin promises a warm welcome for solicitors as the tide of litigants in person rolls in
Complaints | Delay in reporting to a client
Eleanor Kilner shares what to do when client communication has fallen behind
Retail therapy: customer service will make your firm stand out
Customer service - and evidence that you take it seriously - will be what makes your firm stand out, says John Thomas...
Enforcing squatters' human rights
Does the new law on criminal trespass have the potential for contravening a squatter's human rights? Sandra Clarke...
Taking care: adequate funding will be essential if the new Care Bill is to be effective
Adequate funding will be essential to meeting the ambitious objectives of the new Care Bill, says Joanne Clement
Workshop | But do I need permission anyway?
Charles Mynors examines listed building consent and asks when your client really needs permission
Regulatory watch | New cost concerns
We all know our clients' rights, but do we know our own? Susanna Heley asks what can be done about the growing...
European briefing | A new approach to disability discrimination
Two new ECJ cases demonstrate that the court will adopt a broad approach to discrimination. Sickness itself is not a...
Update | Commercial property: TVG developments, quiet enjoyment, wind farm planning
Magnus Hassett looks at
recent case developments surrounding TVGs, the
meaning of quiet enjoyment
and wind farm...
Update | Health and safety: effects of section 61, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill and the Deregulation Bill
The effects of section 61 of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Bill and the Deregulation Bill on health and safety...
Candour in the wind
The NHS's proposed duty to inform patients of a right to a remedy would be a step in...
Unleashed | A service like every other
What can the legal profession learn from Russell Conway's plumber?
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