Legal Updates

30 July 2020

Sexual misconduct allegations in law firms are ever-present – following due process is key

As another case involving allegations of sexual misconduct relating to a senior partner of a law firm has been concluded before the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal just this week, resulting in the imposition of a £10,000 fine being confirmed on 22 July 2020, it is perhaps safe to say that, for now, there is no sign that the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has lost its appetite to investigate and act on reports of this nature that it receives. 

Kirsty Churm

5 December 2019

Uber back in the news

Whilst this is a topic we have commented on before, Uber London Limited (Uber) is back in the news. 

Shannett Thompson

12 November 2019

No finding of dishonesty – dispensed with in quick order

SRA v Siaw [2019] EWHC 2737 (Admin)

Sophie Bolzonello

5 November 2019

StaRs: Reporting concerns - understanding your obligations

In the second blog in this series, we referred to the cooperating and reporting obligations in the new Codes of Conduct being notably different, when compared to corresponding provisions in the 2011 Code of Conduct and to other rules and regulations in the 2011 Handbook. 

Iain Miller

3 November 2019

All relevant evidence: a reminder to Regulators

Professional Standards Authority (PSA) v General Dental Council (GDC) and another [2019] EWHC 2640 (Admin)

Laura Vignoles

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