into account will include the size and complexity of the business; the number, experience and qualifications of the employees ; the number of offices; and the nature of the work undertaken. In amazons case is feel this was a cross section of employees that have executive influence, so it would be easier to incorprate and integrate. The outcomes in this chapter show how the Principles apply in the context of you and your regulator. By submitting User Content to SRA, you automatically grant, or warrant that the owner of such Content has expressly granted, the royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive right and license to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works from, distribute, perform and display such User. Outcomes You must achieve these outcomes: O(5.1) you do not attempt to deceive or knowingly or recklessly mislead the court ; O(5.2) you are not complicit in another person deceiving or misleading the court ; O(5.3) you comply with court orders which place obligations. Indicative behaviours Acting in the following way(s) may tend to show that you have achieved these outcomes and therefore complied with the Principles : IB(8.1) where you conduct other regulated activities your publicity discloses the manner in which you are regulated in relation to those. In-house practice Outcomes.1.3 apply to your in-house practice. You can review the most current version of this Agreement at any time at the SRA website. SRA is not responsible for any loss or damage arising from your failure to comply with the provisions of this Section.
Since SRA permits you to upload, post, e-mail or otherwise transmit content, data, information or other materials (collectively, User Content) for display on the Site, you will be responsible for all such User Content that you upload, post, email or otherwise transmit using the Site. Chapter 5: Your client and the court This chapter is about your duties to your client and to the court if you are exercising a right to conduct litigation or acting as an advocate. Inappropriate behavior can include lying to clients, engaging in froud, failing to meet specific operational standards or similar conduct. 13.11 Where the licensed body is an MDP, the Code applies to the body, any solicitor, REL or RFL who is a manager, employee or owner of the body and any other person who is a manager or employee of the body as follows: (a). The outcomes in this chapter show how the Principles apply in the context of your client and the court. 5th Section: Application, waivers and interpretation Chapter 13: Application and waivers provisions The SRA Code of Conduct applies to you in the following circumstances (and "you" must be construed accordingly Application of the SRA Code of Conduct in England and Wales.1 Subject to paragraphs. A Code of Conduct is published and disseminated to its employees, and to existing and potential stakeholders such as members of the board of directors, customers, partners, vendors, suppliers, potential employees and the general public. In addition, you agree and acknowledge that SRA shall be free to reproduce, use, disclose, display, exhibit, transmit, perform, create derivative works and distribute the User Feedback to others without limitation, and to authorize others to do the same. This duty continues despite the end of the retainer and even after the death of the client. Outcomes You must achieve these outcomes: Systems O(3.1) you have effective systems and controls in place to enable you to identify and assess potential conflicts of interests ; O(3.2) your systems and controls for identifying own interest conflicts are appropriate to the size and complexity. You may not collect or store personal data of other users of the Site without the prior, written permission of such user(s). 13A.4 In addition, you must meet the following outcomes: O(13A.1) you properly account to your clients for any financial benefit you receive as a result of your instructions unless it is the prevailing custom of your local jurisdiction to deal with financial benefits.
3rd Section: You and your regulator Chapter 10: You and your regulator This chapter is about co-operation with your regulators and ombudsmen, primarily the SRA and the Legal Ombudsman. Acting in the following way(s) may tend to show that you have not achieved these outcomes and therefore not complied with the Principles : IB(2.4) being subject to any decision of a court or tribunal of the UK, that you have committed, or are. This chapter is also about ensuring that if clients are not happy with the service they have received they know how to make a complaint and that all complaints are dealt with promptly and fairly. You acknowledge that this website may contain information, communications, software, photos, text, video, graphics, music, sounds, images and other material and services (collectively Content which is generally provided by SRA or by licensors of SRA. 13.9 You must deliver all outcomes which are relevant to you and your situation. Structure of the Code The Code is divided into 5 sections: You and your client You and your business You and your regulator You and others Application, waivers and interpretation Each section is divided into chapters dealing with particular regulatory issues, for example, client care.