Acorn Productions head of legal and business affairs: Man of mystery

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  • I find Leo Dezoysa's comments about avoiding working in a law firm worrying - as it igniores the requirement that to become a good lawyer needs training - which is best obtained through the requirement of excellence within a law firm. In house you learn the commercials and become aware of industry and commercial issues - but without a good few years of proper legal training with good supervision - that person is a liability unless they have significant reliance on external law firms.

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  • You have got MMS saying the Scottish market is finite therefore we are sticking with our London strategy and D&W saying Scotland is our heartland so let's play down London. Can both be right?

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  • Morale is rock bottom in the BLP tax team - and this is only going to make it worse. The is falling apart at the seams... questions need to be asked of 'management' leadership PDQ.

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  • Winn's prediction that there will be no more than 5/6 firms conducting 70% of all domestic claimant personal injury cases, seems spot on. Moreover I suspect, they will lead the charge in respect of RTA matters, no matter what happens with the proposed (or not) increase in the small claims court limit. More worryingly, for Winn's competitors , whose main area of play is EL/PL/Clinical negligence claims, if they decide to circle that space, they will undoubtedly be equally successful as they have been in RTA cases. Very worrying times for others I would suggest!?

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