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What has the Compli team been discussing recently? Find out from our news service and please feel free to contact a member of our team for more information about any of the issues highlighted below.

Leigh Day highlights the SRA’s inconsistent approach to enforcement

Martina Hogg argues that the soon-to-be-launched enforcement consultation must take into account concerns about how the regulator handles SDT cases.

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Modern Litigation Trends Conference 2017

We will look at the modern litigation trends for all litigators, together with a comprehensive overview of the latest sector developments, news and…


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SRA's Anti Money Laundering Report May 2016

The report summarises the findings of the SRA thematic review of anti money laundering compliance in law firms, conducted between October 2014 and…


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Slimming down the SRA handbook

Martina Hogg offers her perspective on proposals to slim down the SRA handbook.


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Conveyancer held liable for loss suffered in fraudulent transaction

That’s correct. Last week the High Court gave its judgment in Purrunsing v A'Court & Co (a firm) & Anor [2016] EWHC 789 (Ch) (14 April 2016).…


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The Panama Papers

Martina Hogg looks at what the Panama Papers mean for lawyers and legal firms.


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Register of People with Significant Control

Michelle Garlick looks at the Register of People with Significant Control and how to ensure compliance with this new obligation.


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SRA issues warning on potentially fraudulent personal injury claims

The SRA recently issued a warning notice in respect of potentially fraudulent personal injury claims: Thursday, March 24, 2016


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