This Practice Note discusses the regulatory requirements relating to conflicts of interest including own interest conflicts (sometimes called solicitor-client conflicts) and client conflicts.
This Practice Note describes systems and controls that you may wish to implement to identify and manage conflicts of interest, including own interest conflicts (sometimes called solicitor-client conflicts) and client conflicts.
This Practice Note explains when you can act if there is or may be a conflict of interests between two or more clients under the SRA Handbook 2011. It contains general information about client conflicts; specific guidance on conflicts in relation to conveyancing, property transactions and mortgages, restructuring and insolvency and criminal matters is available in separate Practice Notes within this subtopic.
This Practice Note explains when you can act if there is or may be an own interest conflict (sometimes called a solicitor-client conflict) under the SRA Handbook 2011.
This Practice Note by Susanna Heley of RadcliffesLeBrasseur highlights key legal and regulatory changes that affect or will affect in-house lawyers in 2019. While some are set in stone, others are more speculative at this stage or subject to the parliamentary timetable. It was last updated on 12 December 2019.
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