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THE COOK’S AND HATCHARD’S LAW PRIZE 2019 - CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

Posted by on 8th January 2019 in January 2019 |
...ing on 31 May 2019 and nominated no later than 30th June 2019.   The definition of Somerset for the purposes of the prize, includes Sherborne and the local government administrative areas of Bath and NE Somerset,   North Somerset and, of course, Somerset.   Personal Information   Please give full details of the person whom you are nominating and confirm that they are content for their details to be publicised by DASLS including photographs, should they be successful.   Please submit your name and work contact details, title and why you are nominating this person. The Trustees are looking both for academic achievement / distinctions along with othe...
 

The Cook's and Hatchard’s Law Prize 2019 - Call for Nominations from Somerset Firms

Posted by on 28th February 2019 in March 2019 |
...ing on 31 May 2019 and nominated no later than 30th June 2019.   The definition of Somerset for the purposes of the prize, includes Sherborne and the local government administrative areas of Bath and NE Somerset,   North Somerset and, of course, Somerset.   Personal Information   Please give full details of the person whom you are nominating and confirm that they are content for their details to be publicised by DASLS including photographs, should they be successful.   Please submit your name and work contact details, title and why you are nominating this person.   The Trustees are looking both for academic achievement / distinctions along with...
 

The Second Age of Compliance- Ethics Column by Tracey Calvert

Posted by on 2nd May 2019 in May 2019 |
...Goodbye Handbook, hello SRA Standards and Regulations!   The SRA has finally set a launch date for the SRA Standards and Regulations. On 25 November 2019, the Standards and Regulations will replace the current SRA Handbook. We will be expected to hit the ground running, so time is of the essence in terms of preparing for what lies ahead.  In this article, I’d like to share with you some personal observations of the changes which are likely to have an impact on your work with some suggestions as to how to introduce them into your workplace.   In some ways, the new Standards and Regulations are introducing quite radical and/or revolutionary regulatory...
 

President's Review - Nigel Lyons

Posted by on 1st July 2019 in July 2019 |
...The year is nearly half way through and I have already had a very busy time.   The Committee is planning for future events and we have already booked the Exeter Cathedral again for our Awards Ceremony and Annual Dinner. I am going to try to persuade the Dean to sing this year after his memorable Grace the last time. I hope he takes requests.   Thanks once again to Grow Marketing Limited for their continued support with the organisation of this event. There will be more about the dinner later in the year.   As you can imagine I have been involved on the Society’s behalf in attending various events. I attended our annual Criminal Law Update in May. I...
 

Jason Mitchell: partner and legal specialist at PKF Francis Clark - No ordinary accountant

Posted by on 2nd September 2019 in September 2019 |
...Jason Mitchell is a partner at PKF Francis Clark based in its Truro office but working right across Devon and Somerset as well as nationally. A Chartered Accountant and legal specialist within PKF Francis Clark’s own dedicated legal sector division.   Jason has a law industry background and works closely with sole practitioners’ right up to some of the UK’s largest law firms – assisting them to improve their performance, profitability, regulatory compliance and supporting them with various other sector-specific business challenges.   A veteran of 18 years with PKF Francis Clark, Jason works alongside Andrew Allen, a well-known industry figure who...
 

Clients’ Own Accounts – To Reconcile or not to Reconcile by Sponsor PKF Francis Clark

Posted by on 31st October 2019 in November 2019 |
...In this article Jason Mitchell considers one of the most controversial changes within the new SRA Accounts Rules 2019 coming into force on the 25th November 2019 relating to clients’ own bank accounts operated from within the law firm.   So what are the requirements of the new rule 10.1 surrounding client’s own bank accounts?   Under the new rules the definition of client money includes money held or received as a trustee or as the holder of a specified office or appointment, such as donee of a power of attorney, Court of Protection deputy or trustee of an occupational pension scheme.   Rule 10 .1 states the main body of the new accounts rules do no...
 
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