Proposed statutory powers that would give the Solicitors Regulation Authority unlimited fining powers in some areas are part of a “slippery slope”, according to partners at major law firms.
The U.K. government is seeking to pass the Economic Crime Bill which would give the industry watchdog the ability to fine firms and lawyers an unlimited sum in cases related to economic crime.
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