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The AADB transfers to FRC Conduct and Case Committees

After 4 years as a board member, Jeremy Barnett and two other long standing board members, James Gemmell and Graham Aslet, have left the Accountancy and Actuarial Disciplinary Board, the independent disciplinary board for accountants, accountancy firms and actuaries in the UK. The AADB has transferred the operation of it’s scheme to the FRC from 18th October 2012, to be operated by the Conduct Committee.√جª¬ø

 

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Solicitors Regulatory and Practice Seminar

St Pauls Chambers invite you to attend on the 19th October 2012 at Lewis Hymanson Small Solicitors LLP for the Solicitors Regulatory and Practice Seminar 2012.   11:30 – 13:30 (2CPD) Lunch Provided.√جª¬ø

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Solicitors Regulatory and Practice Seminar

This successful seminar took place in Manchester on Firday 19th October at the offices of Lewis Hymanson and Small.

Jeremy Barnett spoke about recent SRA interest in various topics including the Referral Fee ban, ARP waivers, ABS applications and Stamp Duty Land Tax.

Paul Slater and John Oakland gave a fascinating insight into service quality in a rapidly changing market and Brian Rogers spoke in detail about COLP and COFA compliance.   

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ECO CONNECT FORUM  CALLS FOR OVERHAUL OF SAP

ECO CONNECT FORUM CALLS FOR OVERHAUL OF SAP

Moderated by Barrister Jeremy Barnett, the panel of experts consisting of Jae Mather, Chris Wilcox and Roger Skehan, together with Eco Connect founder Robert Hokin, held a full and frank, wide ranging discussion about the state of the market for innovation and sustainability in the construction and property sector. The event on 9th October 2012 was hosted by Dickinson Dees LLP.

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Eco Connect Forum ‘ Making The Green Deal Work in Yorkshire’

A large audience braved the cold weather on 15th January at the offices of Walker Morris in Leeds to join an expert panel who explained how the Green Deal will work, with a particular emphasis on the approach to implementation in the Yorkshire and Humberside area. Moderated by Jeremy Barnett a Barrister from St Pauls Chambers in Leeds, the high powered panel gave an authoritative explanation of the detail of the new scheme and then joined in with a frank and at times challenging debate about the real chance of success for the local green economy.

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