Contrasting views from regulators and professional bodies on the legal services market shows a lack of unity at a time when consumers - and law firms - would benefit from greater clarity
As temperatures soared in August, the debate over the future of legal services also heated up as the profession clashed over market reforms.
The Competition and Market Authority's (CMA) interim report into legal services flirted with the idea of regulatory intervention to improve price transparency and service information, which is inhibiting competit...
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