May 24, 2012
The government's half-baked approach to banning referral fees is an insurer's charter, argues John Spencer
The arguments are over and the lobbying is done - the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act is now fully inscribed in the law of the land. The views of politicians, stakeholders and the media over the merits of each provision are moot; attention should now fall to the practical implications of the changes which made the cut.
Read the full article Desperate ban on The Law Society Gazette website.