Solicitors Accounts Regulations – A Case Law update 2020

[3rd hour mandatory for Sole Practitioners, Compliance Partners and AML Agents]

A number of recent cases such as The Law Society v Doyle,(High Court, October 2019) and The Law Society v O’ Donnell(High Court , February 2019) underscore the importance of ensuring that deficits do not appear in clients’ accounts. Furthermore, the rise of cyber crime on Solicitors’ bank accounts illustrate the significance of ensuring that strong systems are in place to prevent clients’ accounts from being attacked in this way.

The lectures covers the following topics:

  • Teeming and ladling
  • Deficits in clients’ accounts
  • Deficits due to cybercrime
  • Tips for avoiding cybercrime

Teaching methods:  

e-LecturePowerPoint;

Duration & pricing:

Net-Duration: 1 hour

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