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The Law Superstore is relaunching with a new lead generation model and a whole host of new features, in a mission to revolutionise online legal services and support providers across the UK, following its purchase by reallymoving.com eighteen months ago.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has confirmed that new rules to make the publishing of price information compulsory could be enforced in the legal sector by the summer.
A new survey carried out by the Council for Licensed Conveyancers (CLC) has found that alternative business structures (ABS) are significantly more likely to invest in their own enterprises than non-ABS businesses.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has sought help from the CMA on stimulating the use of digital comparison tools (DCTs) in the legal market.
As part of broader plans to transform the justice system, the government has outlined initial plans for the online resolution of many employment disputes.
As the Competition and Markets Authority publishes its final report into the legal market, another report produced by The Law Superstore has shown that a significant variation in pricing for legal services could be causing clients to overpay by £500 million.
The final report from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) into the legal profession has called on firms to help consumers navigate the market.
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has outlined a number concerns relating to the way the legal system supports and handles disputes concerning small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Consumer watchdog, the Legal Services Consumer Panel has found that black and minority ethnic (BME) groups are receiving a “raw deal” in its latest research.
In September and October 2016, The Law Superstore undertook a new piece of research designed to investigate the purchasing preferences of legal service consumers. Weighted to reflect a nationally representative audience, the 2,008 online interviewees were asked a range of questions, producing interesting results.