Here We Go Again 

We have a box of files on which a client asks us to respond to questions from the LAA . On the first file out, their auditor asks why the travel rate charged is different to that used on another matter for the same client. Er – this one was Duty Solicitor and charged as […]


If you missed it yesterday the LAA have produced a document entitled “Controlled Work – Audit Trends” It purports to summarise common areas of non-compliance at audit which result in costs reductions. Here is an example: “Where an employed client is paid weekly providers should obtain 4 weekly wage slips to cover the entire computation […]