In November 2012 the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) took the controversial decision to abandon the long-standing principle that solicitors should only refer clients to independent advisers for financial advice, writes Ian Muirhead.
The Law Society responded immediately, issuing an indignant press release announcing it was taking the unprecedented step of advising solicitors to ignore what the SRA had done and to abide by the principle...
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