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Treatment of pensions on divorce | Feature

Treatment of pensions on divorce | Feature

In July 2019, the Pensions Advisory Group (PAG) published its essential guide to the treatment of pensions on divorce. The report is available on the Nuffield Foundation website. The impact of the report can be seen in the weight attached ...

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Is crowdfunding the next mis-selling scandal? | Feature

Is crowdfunding the next mis-selling scandal? | Feature

Narrowing legal aid coverage, a pervasive fear of retribution against those who criticise the state, declining standards in public life: these issues elevate the importance of crowdfunding, which puts into the hands of normal people a modest tool with which ...

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Rates of inflection | Feature

Rates of inflection | Feature

Covid-19 has been referred to as an inflection point for legal services – and legal tech. In forecasting, an inflection point is the point of the curve where the function changes concavity. However, for the past decade, and certainly since ...

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California Consumer Privacy Act | Feature

California Consumer Privacy Act | Feature

The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) regulates the processing of California consumers’ personal data, regardless of where a company is located. CCPA provides broader rights to consumers and stricter compliance requirements for businesses than any other US state or federal ...

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Coming out of lockdown | Feature

Coming out of lockdown | Feature

Law firms are making tentative steps towards reopening offices in the UK after lockdown. Dentons was the first to announce a return for those who would prefer to work in the office, in mid-June, while others are still evaluating what ...

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Law Society spotlight: Risk and compliance | Feature

Law Society spotlight: Risk and compliance | Feature

Amid all the talk of ‘unprecedented change’ and ‘the new normal’, one central facet of solicitors’ professional lives remains resolutely unchanged: the compulsory requirement to demonstrate compliance with the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) codes of conduct for solicitors and firms. ...

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Shock to the system | Feature

Shock to the system | Feature

The low down In 2016 the lord chief justice confidently stated that ‘digitisation and the use of state-of-the-art IT for all procedures and hearings’ would ‘achieve the most radical reform since 1873’. But a £1.2bn courts transformation programme suffered delays ...

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