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Written Answers — House of Lords: British Coal Compensation (20 Jul 2009)

Lord Bach: ...resolved without our intervention 565 Complaint upheld 6 Complaint upheld but no action 449 Complaint withdrawn by customer 139 Customer has not responded 109 Referred back to firm under Rule 15 2 Sols reasonable offer 73 Within jurisdiction but investigation declined 1 Complaint referred to SDT 67 Complaint/Allegation noted—Ongoing other action 4...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Solicitors: Regulation (14 Feb 2023)

Lord Bellamy: Central to the liberalisation of the legal services market has been the creation of alternative business structures (ABS) in 2011, which allowed non-lawyers to become part owners of law firms. No specific assessment has been made of the impacts of non-solicitor investment in the legal services market. However, research suggests that ABS firms have benefited the legal services market by...

Written Answers — Justice: Public Interest Lawyers (23 Jan 2013)

Jeremy Wright: The number of claims brought against the Government, either by a specific lawyer or law firm; and, the cost to the Government of responding to those claims is not centrally recorded by this Department. Nor is it possible for the Legal Services Commission (LSC) to identify how much legal aid paid to a particular law firm was for cases conducted by individual members of that law firm as the...

Written Answers — Transport: Railways ( 6 Jul 2004)

Tony McNulty: The information is not readily available in precisely the form requested. Two tables have been placed in the Libraries of the House. The first table shows committed SRA funding for RPP schemes between 2002–03 and 2004–05, and the total value of funding committed for these schemes by other sponsors. SRA funding for some of these schemes will continue beyond 2004–05. 44 bids were deferred...

Written Answers — Justice: Solicitors: North East Region (14 Jun 2007)

Vera Baird: The Legal Services Commission has sufficient cover from other legal aid firms based in the region to provide full duty solicitor cover in Goole and Beverley magistrates courts. Hull firms have never provided duty solicitor cover in Bridlington magistrates court.

Written Answers — Justice: Barristers: Pay (29 Feb 2012)

Jonathan Djanogly: ...not held. The Legal Services Commission (LSC) does not pay Chambers for the provision of legal aid work. The LSC pay individual barristers directly, except where a barrister is either employed by a solicitor firm or paid by a solicitor firm as part of a disbursement under legal aid.

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Treasury Solicitors Department: Manpower (21 Jul 2009)

Adrian Sanders: To ask the Solicitor-General what policies and procedures exist to ensure that the Treasury Solicitor staff do not (a) undertake work for which a solicitor's practising certificate is required and (b) act for those for whom Government lawyers did not act prior to 1974; and what guidance is provided to the Treasury Solicitor's staff about such restrictions on activities.

Written Answers — Transport: Network Rail ( 9 Jul 2002)

Chris Grayling: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what the total liabilities on the balance sheet of the SRA will be if it underwrites the proposed finance for Network Rail; if he will list the liabilities on the SRA balance sheet; what the total value of assets held by the SRA is; and which SRA assets banks whose loans to Network Rail are underwritten by the SRA will hold charges against.

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Crown Prosecution Service ( 3 Jul 2002)

Claire Curtis-Thomas: To ask the Solicitor-General how many (a) lawyers, (b) caseworkers and (c) administrative staff were recruited in (i) 1999–2000, (ii) 2000–01 and (iii) 2001–02; and how many (A) lawyers, (B) caseworkers and (C) administrative staff were employed in the same period in each CPS region.

Written Answers — Advocate-General: Departmental Staff (12 Feb 2004)

Dr Lynda Clark: At present, there are two members of staff in the Private Office; four members of staff in the Legal Secretariat to the Advocate-General (of whom three are qualified Scots lawyers) and 29 in the Office of Solicitor to the Advocate-General (of whom 17 are qualified Scots lawyers). These figures represent full staffing levels.

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Government Legal Service: Manpower (21 Jul 2009)

Adrian Sanders: To ask the Solicitor-General what the order of precedence and seniority is of the lawyers within the Government Legal Service; and what procedures are used to reconcile differences of opinion between lawyers of different ranks within the Service.

Written Answers — House of Lords: Crime: Legal Costs (19 Mar 2009)

Lord Bach: The average bills paid to solicitors and counsel in Crown Court cases in Northern Ireland for the past three years was as follows: Financial Year Solicitor Counsel 2005-06 £3,276 £4,324 2006-07 £4,888 £6,612 2007-08 £4,142 £4,872 This means that typically the average defence cost for a Crown Court case in Northern Ireland in 2007-08 would be between £9,015 and...

Written Answers — Justice: Compensation: Mining (31 Jan 2008)

Bridget Prentice: The responsibility for dealing with complaints about solicitors is a matter for the Law Society, as the legal profession is currently self-regulating. However, I am aware of Members continued interest regarding claims under the Coal Health Compensation Scheme and I am particularly grateful to colleagues who have assisted, working with the Law Society's Legal Complaints Services to resolve...

Written Answers — Ministry of Justice: Malik and Malik (25 Nov 2020)

Baroness Scott of Bybrook: ...aid contract in 2007 and did not receive public funding in connection with any of the cases being enquired about. There was accordingly no basis for the Legal Aid Agency to make any referral to the SRA in connection with those matters. As at the time of writing, the firm no longer hold a legal aid contract of any kind.

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Treasury Solicitors Department: Standards (21 Jul 2009)

Vera Baird: The Crown and its servants are obliged to comply with the terms of the Civil Procedure Rules with regard to disclosure and the making of statements of truth. The Treasury Solicitor and his legally qualified staff owe the same duty of professional care to the Crown as any solicitor or barrister does to his or her client to act lawfully and in the client's best interests. As well as these...

Written Answers — Transport: Management Consultants (Railways) (27 May 2004)

John Martin McDonnell: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport (1) how much the Strategic Rail Authority (SRA) has paid to management consultants in respect of the national railways in each year since the SRA was created; (2) which management consultants have worked for the Strategic Rail Authority (SRA), and what payments have been made to each for work in connection with the national rail network, in each...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Railways: Strategic Rail Authority ( 8 Mar 2006)

Lord Davies of Oldham: The Government announced on 26 January that the Strategic Rail Authority (SRA) will be formally wound up later this year. The majority of the functions of the SRA have already been, or will shortly be, transferred to its successor bodies. After 31 March this year the sole remaining function of the SRA will be administration of the existing procedure for railway closures until the new...

Written Answers — Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform: HM Revenue and Customs: Legal Profession (28 Nov 2007)

Mark Hoban: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform which (a) lawyers and (b) legal firms have been given work by HM Revenue and Customs Prosecutions Office since 1 January 2005; and what the cost was of such contracts, broken down by (i) lawyer and (ii) firm.

Written Answers — Home Office: Undocumented Migrants: English Channel (29 Oct 2020)

Chris Philp: The Home Secretary, Home Office officials and political advisors have not briefed members of the press with either the name of the law firm or lawyer that represent individuals the Home Office is attempting to remove under the Dublin III regulations in the last six months. The names of law firms and lawyers involved in legal cases are publicly available.

Written Answers — Transport: Railtrack (21 Jul 2005)

Alistair Darling: holding answer 19 July 2005 Payments made to Railtrack by the Strategic Rail Authority (SRA) and its predecessor the Shadow SRA in this period were as follows: Month Amount (£) Shadow Strategic Rail Authority February 2000 2 April 2000 29 June 2000 1 October 2000 1 January 2001 164 Strategic Rail Authority March 2001 59 April 2001 77 May...

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