Back in 2010, the incoming Government requested from the Ministry of Justice that they find ways to cut their budget by around £2billion from an overall budget of £9.8billion. LASPO which stands for Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders was one of the schemes designed for this purpose. It was implemented in 2013 with some exemptions, one of them being for the insolvency sector, an industry that we serve.

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The end of LASPO for Insolvency professionals

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