Posts Tagged ‘solicitors’

so long referral fees, hello marketing fees

So we have the news today that referral fees in PI cases will be no more, and by Easter 2012. Not long for the workarounds to get underway. Just what will the impact be, for the existing claims managers, the PI lawyers currently at the end of the foodchain, and the wider legal industry? Well, […]

where are you in the legal foodchain?

ABSs will mean many new challenges for law firms.  A considerable threat is that existing sources of work may disappear, as current referrers of work decide to have a go at bringing the reserved worktypes in house and to stop sending cases out to lawyers.  Legal Edge has already been asked to scope out several […]

Why IBs mean an uneven playing field

Legal Futures has reported today on their sneaky peak of the new SRA Handbook, due for publication on 6th April. We already know a  great deal about what to expect, including the new concept of “indicative behaviours”.  That is to say non mandatory actions by solicitors which will indicate whether or not they are achieving […]

client delighters #1: tiered legal services

Developing new client-centric products Its worth any legal practice spending some time investigating the types of consumer centric products which are emerging into the legal services market place.  They are grounded in detailed market research and generally developed by large existing commercial organisations who can draw on their resources and scalability.  That is not to […]

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