Transparency and Regulators – What are they hiding?
13th March, 2017
As Solicitors to other professionals we regularly engage with regulators across the legal, tax and healthcare professions. In this piece we raise the issue of a lack of transparency by the Solicitors Regulation Authority following its decision to move from public meetings to private ones and raise the issue of it potentially breaching the Legal Services Act 2007.
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