2019 Marks London's New Era of Heavy Lawyer Scrutiny
There is a reason the U.K. market is fascinated with this year's stream of Solicitors Regulation Authority investigations: anyone could be next.
Top U.K. law firms used to have little to do with the legal industry’s regulator. The threat of being struck off or punished was exclusively reserved for dubious consumer operations and fraudulent sole practitioners.
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