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Dealing with Rogue Partners & Partner Misconduct

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES ALLIANCE SEMINAR
REPORT

“Dealing with Rogue Partners and Partner Misconduct: Legal, Regulatory,
Disciplinary and Best Practice issues for Firms and their Partners”

6 November 2014

“Even in the best run law firms things can go wrong; that does not necessarily mean that… the firm is badly run”: this was a statement made by one of the panellists at the Professional Practices Alliance interactive breakfast seminar
on Thursday 6 November 2014.  The panel included John Machell QC of Serle Court, Jenny McKeown of Maurice Turnor Gardner LLP and Jayne Willetts of Jayne Willetts & Co, and was chaired by Clare Murray of CM Murray LLP.

Firms need to be prepared should a rogue partner emerge from the shadows; this seminar addressed how firms might deal with the potential risk of partner misconduct, from a legal, regulatory, disciplinary and best practice perspectives.

This report summarises some of the key issues that came out of the seminar.

The full report can be viewed here.