Key takeaway points:
Ensure rigorous conflict checks are completed before accepting instructions on a new matter
Allocate specialist staff to undertake both external and internal conflict checks
Take account of reputational and commercial issues when considering ‘own interest’ conflicts
Consider putting in place value thresholds for fees and/or damages
Agree a definition for high-risk cases and decide whether a case should be given a high-risk status at the out...
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