Law In Busness: IT: Supermarket sweep
Richard Bate looks at how the prospect of 'Tesco law' is reshaping the legal profession, following the Manchester-based Co-operative Group's decision to set up its own legal services division
Ever since Jack Clementi announced that he had no objection to the idea of ‘Tesco law’, the profession has been holding its breath. The idea of household brands such as banks, insurers or supermarkets providing legal advice direct to the public promised to turn around centuries of professional privilege.
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