London law firms will now be able to make wider use of “Chinese walls” after the Solicitors Regulation Authority finalized a review of the rules governing conflicts.

The rule changes, approved by the Legal Services Board earlier this month (July 13), lift the restrictions which formerly only allowed law firms to act for multiple clients with information barriers in place if the firm had already been instructed at the time the conflict arose.

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