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Solicitors Regulation Authority and other Regulatory Notices
The Information Law Practice is regulated by The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) under Registration Number 541565. For more information about the way we are regulated and to read a copy of the SRA’s rules visit www.sra.org.uk
The Information Law Practice and iLP are trading names of The Information Law Practice Limited, a limited liability company registered in England and Wales under registration number 5680144. The Director is Paula Williamson, Solicitor and the principal place of business and registered office is Mistletoe House, Rous Lench Evesham Worcestershire WR11 4UW.
Professional Indemnity Insurance
In accordance with the disclosure requirements of the European Framework Services Directive 2006 as implemented into UK law by the Provision of Services Regulations 2009, details of our compulsory professional indemnity insurance are as follows. Our professional indemnity insurance is underwritten by Travelers Insurance Company Limited, 61063 London Road, Redhill, London, Surrey, RH1 1NA. Our insurance (Policy Number 8009228) provides cover of up to £3 million per single claim and will extend to acts or omissions wherever in the world they occur.
Terms and Conditions
When you use our website, you agree to our terms and conditions of use. If you do not agree, please do not use the website.
This website is not legal advice. Our newsletter, DataPedia and parts of our web site contain articles and other information about information law issues. This content is intended to be for general guidance and interest only and never constitutes specific legal advice. If you need advice or guidance in relation to a specific matter then you should take professional legal advice from a suitably qualified solicitor that is tailored to your specific circumstances before acting upon information contained in either our website or our newsletter, DataPedia. The Information Law Practice makes no warranties, representations or undertakings about: DataPedia and the content of this website (including, without limitation, any as to the quality, accuracy, completeness or fitness for any particular purpose of such content) or any content of any third party web site referred to or accessed by link through this website ( “third party web sites”).
We may change all or any part of the website at any time without notice.
This website is protected by copyright. Unless otherwise stated, the contents and design of this website and our newsletter, DataPedia, are the copyright of The Information Law Practice. Reproduction of part or all of the contents in any form is prohibited other than with our express written consent or in accordance with the following permissions:
Licence to Copy for Personal Use
You may print or download pages for personal use only.
Licence to Recopy for Limited Purposes
You may recopy the content to individual third parties for their personal information only, but only provided that you (i) acknowledge The Information Law Practice as the source and copyright holder of the material, and (ii) you ensure that the third party is aware that they are subject to our copyright conditions.
The licence to recopy does not extend to permission to incorporate or use any of the material within in any other work or publication whether in hard copy or electronic form.
No part of this website may be copied or distributed for commercial purposes.
No part of the website may be reproduced on or transmitted to or stored in any other website or other form of electronic retrieval system.
Linking. Links to The Information Law Practice website may not be included in any other website without our prior written permission. Our site contains links to other websites and we have no control over or responsibility for those websites including how those other sites will process your personal data.
Other terms and conditions that apply to use of this website. The following additional terms and conditions apply to your use of our website:
- Our Privacy Notice– we will only use your personal information in accordance with this policy.
- Our Accessibility Statement – which explains how we have made our website more accessible and easier to use.
We understand the importance of making our website easy to use and accessible to everyone.
Our pages conform to a minimum Level 1 (A) compliance as specified by the Web Content Accessibility guidelines.
We have used style sheets throughout, and users can increase or decrease the size of the text by using the browser ‘Text Size’ options in the ‘View’ menu.
In many cases we have provided an HTML version of PDFs on our website. If you would like to use a screen reader to read PDF documents you can find out more at the Adobe Products website.
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iLP is committed to giving you the best possible service and if you are unhappy about our service we want to hear about it. This is a summary of our complaint’s procedure.
If you are a client and are dissatisfied with any element of our service (including about your bill), you should first contact the solicitor handling your matter who will be happy to discuss your concern and if necessary, initiate our Client Complaints Procedure (a copy of which will be sent to you on request). If for any reason we are unable to resolve this, you have the right to report your complaint to the Legal Ombudsman who are charged with dealing with complaints about solicitors. Here are their contact details:
PO Box 6806
Telephone: 0300 555 0333
The time limit for referral of complaints to the Legal Ombudsman is usually 6 months from our final response to your complaint, and one year from when you realised there was a concern. For help with referring your complaint to the Legal Ombudsman please visit their website: www.legalombudsman.org.uk.
If your complaint is about your bill, you may also apply to the court for an assessment of the bill under Part III of the Solicitors’ Act 1974. If all or part of a bill remains unpaid, we may be entitled to charge interest.
Our regulator, the Solicitors Regulation Authority, can also help if you have any concerns.