Compensation for Inadequate Professional Services
In any decision-making situation there is a gap between the formality of a rule and the basis of the decision itself. Even where the rule is clear, differences of approach will operate. This report examines these issues for one sphere of regulation of solicitors: compensation for Inadequate Professional Service (IPS). It explains how different philosophical underpinnings for compensation decisions drive different approaches and how the level to which compensation should be set.
Moorhead, Richard and Sherr, Avrom and Rogers, Sarah (2000) Compensation for Inadequate Professional Services. UNSPECIFIED. Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London.
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