Law Society conflict of interest proposals come under attack
Plans to relax conflict rules meet with opposition from Commerce & Industry Group which alleges that the Law Society has 'sidelined' employed solicitors 'without adequate consideration'
Plans by the Law Society of England and Wales to relax its conflict of interest rules have run into stiff opposition from several influential bodies including the in-house lawyers’ Commerce & Industry (C&I) Group and the Legal Services Ombudsman.
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