Throughout 2018, the Professional Indemnity insurance market has continued to see change ripple under the surface, stimulated by the potential implications of Brexit and a wider nervousness towards the economy.
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We have spent the last few months meeting with senior women in law firms to discuss what challenges they face as women. Part two of our series focuses on the topic of returning from maternity leave and negotiating flexible working.
As a consequence of new entrants, increased client expectation and continuing fee pressure, the battleground of legal services is shifting to the client experience. In this rapidly evolving landscape firms will live or die based on the customer experience they provide.
The openness and prevailing minimum terms and conditions of the SRA wording have continued to see law firms exposed to a potentially high level of claims. It is therefore crucial that law firms, regardless of size, adopt a professional and engaged approach to their risk management and professional indemnity insurance.
Solicitors’ practices and barristers’ chambers’ databases, by the very nature of what they do, contain highly sensitive information of a very personal nature on the lives of thousands of clients that must be protected at all times regardless of the regulatory environment.