Paul Caddy

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Paul Caddy

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Paul Caddy is a highly experienced lawyer and legal writer specialising in commercial law and information law. He qualified in 2000 at Osborne Clarke and subsequently moved to Laytons where he undertook a broad spectrum of work in commercial law. His experience also includes large projects work where he helped to set up the North West Fund, the largest venture capital fund of its kind in the UK and one of the largest public sector funds of its kind in Europe.
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Nowadays the legal marketplace for smaller firms can feel like a Darwinian life-or-death battle: adapt or perish. Since the ‘Great Recession’, it has...

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In the wake of our annual Bellwether report launching Paul Caddy considers how independent law firms can change course to become more successful and what lessons...


In the current post-referendum/pre-Brexit world there is plenty of speculation on the future of data protection in the UK.New relationship with Europe, new rules?For...


I remember my first day at work as a lawyer. Soft of face and wet of ear, I was taken aback by the constant use of the term “fee-earner” to describe my new position....


“I confess a certain fondness for the old-style Wimpy’s with their odd sense of what constituted American food, as if they had compiled their recipes from a garbled...


Angry to deceitful, obsessive to abusive: difficult clients can be any of these things. And more. Sometimes they don’t know that they’re being objectionable,...

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