Virtual Law is a trading name of VLAW Limited, a company incorporated in England and Wales under company number 5342299 and whose registered office is located at Tallis House, 2 Tallis Street, London, EC4Y 0AB. A list of the directors of VLAW Limited is available for inspection at its registered office. VLAW Limited is a recognised body and is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA No. 462361), whose rules can be downloaded at www.sra.org.uk.
Registered Office: Tallis House, 2 Tallis Street, London, EC4Y 0AB
Tel : +44 (0)330 100 0320
Managing Director: Oliver Brice
Supervisory Director: James Hilsdon
All references to “Virtual Law”, “the firm” and “the company” refer to VLAW Limited. The term “Director” is used to refer to the designated solicitors within VL Limited who have by decree been given directorial responsibilities. Full details can be obtained from the registered office or via Companies House. VAT registration number: 905 6368 16
PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY INSURANCE
We maintain a professional indemnity insurance policy with Endurance Worldwide Insurance Limited. Pursuant to the Provision of Service Regulations 2009 we are obliged to provide the following details:
Insurer: Endurance Worldwide Insurance Limited
Address: 7th Floor, 2 Minster Court, Mincing Lane, London, EC3R 7BB
A copy of the general policy wording is available on written request.
You may be entitled to have our charges reviewed by the court (this is called taxation). The procedure is set out in sections 70, 71 and 72 of the Solicitors Act 1974. Please note that if we hold money for you we reserve the right to deduct our charges from that money in settlement of this account. Please also note that we reserve the right to charge interest on outstanding accounts in accordance with Article 5 of the Solicitors (Non-Contentious Business) Remuneration Order 2009. Please email us with any questions, concerns or comments.
Firms regulated by the SRA are required to collect, report and publish workforce diversity data annually. Firms must do so in a way that is compliant with the data protection legislation. While the completion of this form is mandatory, it should be noted that (a) forms are anonymous, and (b) there is a “prefer not to say” option in relation to each question. The results of the latest Diversity Questionnaire issued by the SRA and conducted amongst Virtual Law solicitors can be found here.