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The chief executive of the Legal Services Board (LSB), Neil Buckley, has this month called on the Competitions and Markets Authority (CMA) to include customer review sites in their upcoming cross-sector study of digital comparison tools – or DCTs.
In the wake of the findings in its interim report, the Competition and Markets Authority has decided to launch a study into digital comparison tools – also known as DCTs.
On Thursday November 10th The Law Superstore’s Matthew Briggs will join the panel of judges at the Modern Law Awards to acknowledge the outstanding achievements of the very best businesses in the industry and celebrate the work done by dynamic legal service providers up and down the country.
Small legal firms offering fixed fees are investing more in processes, technology and marketing in order to “cement a better client relationship from the start”, new research by LexisNexis has found.
At the recent Compliance Officers Conference, the Solicitors Regulation Authority made it clear that transparency must be part of the future of the legal profession. Presented by BBC legal correspondent Clive Coleman, the event offered an opportunity to discuss change in the legal sector.
This week The Law Superstore’s Matthew Briggs will join a panel event at the Compliance Officers for Finance and Administration (COFA) and Compliance Officers for Legal Practice (COLP) Conference 2016 to discuss the importance of sharing regulatory data.
Following on from the Competition and Markets Authority interim report and subsequent forum events, The Law Superstore was asked to provide its response to the report’s findings.
The government and senior judiciary have unveiled their vision for the digital transformation of the justice system. They believe it is time for legal service providers to explore new ways of meeting client needs and simplifying working practices.
The body representing alternative business structures and other new-style legal practices invited The Law Superstore’s Matthew Briggs to join them for the latest meeting to discuss the findings of the CMA’s interim report.
At the recent “Stakeholder Roundtable and Remedies Workshop” hosted by the Competition and Markets Authority, The Law Superstore’s CEO, Matthew Briggs joined lawyers, regulators and industry influencers to address how the profession might move forward in light of the interim report.