Professional Practices Partner Paul Bennett writes book
26th September, 2017
Our Compliance Expert Paul Bennett has written a book aimed at Personal Injury Law Firms.
This essential survival guide recognises that personal injury firms are probably the most regulated type of law firm and need practical guidance. A how to survive guide for the maze of personal injury regulation and on working with Claims Management Companies (CMCs). It offers support in developing profitable and compliant relationships with CMCs being key sources of work.
The book helps personal injury practitioners meet the challenge of evidencing compliance in the event of a challenge from the Courts, defendant insurers or the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
About the author
Paul Bennett is a solicitor and partner in both the Professional Practice and Employment Law teams at Aaron & Partners LLP. Paul advises law firms on compliance, risk and when the SRA investigate and prosecute them. He also works with CMCs on their compliance and when the Claims Management Regulator investigates. Paul’s clients range from sole practitioners to some of the largest firms in the sector.
To purchase your copy
The book retails at £49.99. To purchase your copy please click here and you will be redirected to the Law Brief Publishing website
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