Tracey Calvert explains why compliance remains critical right to the very end of a relationship
A few legal headlines have grabbed my attention in the past few weeks and convinced me that there is still no reason to throw away my metaphorical soap box and stop highlighting compliance no-brainers.
There are three main reasons why I take out my compliance soap box: first, the lack of effective supervision; second, the fact that good-quality and backside protecting attendance notes are often hard to find; and third lack of attention to detail at the end
of a relationship.
It’s the latter I’d like to explore in this article. My usual starting point for this discussion is what can bluntly only be described as sloppiness as the end of the lawyer-client relationship. This is a compliance crunch poin...
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