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26 Feb 15

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The Inner House

Powers of attorney: the Inner House decides

Freelancing

Freelancing goes mainstream

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In five years' time...

As the Journal continues its focus on the likely shape of legal services provision in 2020, this month it is the turn of solicitors from outwith the big firms to gaze into the crystal ball

Powers of attorney: the Inner House decides

The significance of the Inner House decision that affirmed the validity of the common form of continuing power of attorney appointment, and the use of the special case procedure to secure it

Freelancing goes mainstream

Pinsent Masons' Vario hub utilises the talents of solicitors who wish to work freelance, to meet the fluctuating needs of clients' legal teams. We look at how it works, for the firm and the individuals

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Employee misuse of social media can pose novel disciplinary situations, but their resolution may well depend on the proper application of first principles

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