The SRA has issued quite a flurry of warning notices in recent months. This month saw two—one on tax avoidance, as mentioned above, and one on holiday sickness claims. This warning notice is directed to law firms that act in personal injury cases, particularly holiday sickness claims, following concerns about an increase in such claims since 2013. The SRA is concerned claims are being submitted without proper analysis of the evidence or understanding of the legal position. Although warning notices do not form part of the SRA Handbook, they are important and the SRA makes it clear that failure to have proper regard to this warning notice is likely to lead to disciplinary action.