Rules governing client confidentiality are routinely flouted when solicitors’ practices are sold, a specialist law firm claimed as it called on regulators to beef up enforcement of breaches.

Solicitors, especially those in smaller to medium-sized general practice firms, are broadly ignorant of professional regulations regarding confidentiality during merger or sale negations, according to Lesley Graves, managing partner of Citadel Law, a London and Manchester practice…

 

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