Memes, remixes and other user-generated content could disappear online if the EU’s proposed rules on copyright become law, warn experts. Digital rights groups are campaigning against the Copyright Directive, which the European Parliament will vote on later this month. The legislation aims to protect rights-holders in the internet age. But critics say it misunderstands the […]
Cutting back mandatory professional indemnity insurance (PII) for solicitors would be bad for partners, law firm employees and clients alike, the Law Society of England and Wales said in response to a Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) consultation. “The proposals would radically reduce financial protections for clients and solicitors and are without merit,” Law Society deputy […]
This week saw the launch of the Legal Services Continuum (LSC) 2017 Enrolment programme, and we’re already overwhelmed with the level of response from across the legal and related professions. We’re stationed at the DoubleTree Hilton London Kingston Upon Thames for private & confidential roundtable talks, and keen on meeting more solicitor practices, suppliers to […]
Aim for the moon, and you may reach the top of the tree. Aim for the tree, and your feet won’t leave the ground.
This is the mantra behind all our programme visions and strategies. (Its also what we strive for every day of our lives, and remind ourselves of during those inevitably mundane times we all sometimes have to endure in our day to day working lives.) Even though we know our visions of success may not materialise […]