Great Investigations webinar this morning (14 September) on the Rationale and Architecture of Investigations, featuring Dame Laura Cox, Beth Hale, Elizabeth Prochaska and David Smellie.

These were some of my favourite bits:

  • A good investigation restores trust and rebuilds relationships. But botched investigations can have catastrophic results – beyond the harmful impact on individuals –

Partners of professional practices spend their entire careers focused on protecting the interests of their clients.  This can sometimes be at the expense of their own planning.

We are pleased to share with you the recording from our recent Professional Practices Alliance (PPA) expert discussion, ‘Personal Risk Management for Partners’.

In this podcast recording, you

Interesting results from today’s Professional Practices Alliance polls:

  • Only half of attendees have a will in place, despite the intestacy rules being a (too) blunt instrument for most partners’ affairs. Unmarried couples and those with second (or more) families are particularly exposed.
  • A tiny fraction have LPAs.
  • But attendees support the principle that firms and

The Professional Practices Alliance hosted an interactive discussion on the future of working arrangements and professional firm space.  Attendees benefitted from the insight of excellent panellists Oliver Richards (Director, Orms), Beth Hale (Partner, CM Murray LLP) and Rob Millard (Cambridge Strategy Group) and the discussion was chaired by Corinne Staves (Partner, Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP).