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We have instructed [insert name of barrister] of [insert name of chambers] to [state what you have instructed the barrister to do].[We expect to...
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14th Feb
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1Introduction1.1This policy describes our approach to instructing experts, barristers and other third parties to provide input into a client’s matter....
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14th Feb
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This Practice Note explains the regulatory requirements that apply when you instruct an expert, barrister or other third party on your client’s...
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What is a legal entity identifier?A legal entity identifier (LEI) is 20-character code that is unique to the entity it is allocated to. Once issued, a...
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26th Dec
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This Practice Note reflects requirements in the SRA Codes of Conduct 2019 in relation to instructing third parties, in force from 25 November 2019....
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7th Dec
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This Practice Note contrasts the requirements in the SRA’s 2011 and 2019 regimes in relation to introductions and instructions to third parties. For...
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7th Dec
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This Practice Note provides guidance on suggested procedures for evaluating and monitoring third parties such as barristers and experts who are...
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1Introduction1.1This policy describes our approach to instructing experts, barristers and other third parties to provide input into a client’s matter....
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A: General informationDate of reviewPerson(s) conducting reviewB: Review and findingsAre your Instructing third parties policy and processes up to...
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7th Dec
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A: General informationDate of reviewPerson(s) conducting reviewB: Review and findingsIs your Register of third parties up to date?Yes/NoIf no, ensure...
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7th Dec
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This form should be completed by fee earners and sent to [the compliance officer for legal practice] after a third party has carried out your...
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