The Bar Standards Board, the Solicitors Regulation Authority and CILEx Regulation have today published new guidance designed to ensure standards for solicitors, barristers and CILEX
We have been advocating the use of family investment companies (FICs) for the past two decades, in particular on our bi-annual tax conferences to property
David Went from Exchange Chambers has been instructed in an application to commence an opt-out collective action (“Claim“) in the Competition Appeal Tribunal against Govia
A SYSTEM put in place to protect the vulnerable and their assets could have the opposite effect if people decide to go down the DIY
Bar Council, Bar Human Rights Committee and Law Society urge UK Government to offer asylum to female judges and other legal professionals in Afghanistan
The Bar Council, the Bar Human Rights Committee of England and Wales, and the Law Society of England and Wales have issued a joint statement
A “once-in-a-generation opportunity” claimed Theresa May, the then Prime Minister when speaking to the BBC back in October 2019 when the original bill was introduced
Are your Barristers’ Chambers Secure and GDPR Compliant? Is your printer a major GDPR security risk?
Non-compliance of GDPR is very serious and could result in a potential fine of up to Euros 20 million or 4% of turnover. Barristers are
The Bar Standards Board (BSB) has today published research on consumers’ expectations and experience of working with barristers. As an evidence-based regulator acting to protect and
The Bar Council have now released their response to the Home Office’s consultation on Legislation to Counter State Threats. Serious shortcomings: The consultation’s failure to address how the
Taxpayer’s have unwillingly supported the Government’s inability to manage the 2010 financial crisis, Brexit, post Brexit deliberations and more recently COVID.
It is no wonder the public don’t want to give HMRC money when the Government seems entirely useless at managing how that money is spent
Responding to the Bar Standards Board’s new statistics on retention at the Bar, Chair of the Bar Council Derek Sweeting QC said: “This is an important report with
Freedom Day has come and gone. For some there has been euphoria. For others, there are mental, physical, and economic issues to deal with. Many