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Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan has called on the Law Society of Ireland to discipline solicitors who are knowingly bringing false insurance claims to court.
A recent Court of Appeal decision (Zurich Insurance v Romaine 2019) indicates a crackdown on personal injury fraud says Kelvin Farmaner, Partner with Trethowans Solicitors in Southampton.
A barrister who worked without a practising certificate (PC) for more than four years – which is a criminal offence – told a disciplinary tribunal he could do with “a good PA”.
The number of legal aid cases concluded in crown courts has fallen 20% in the last three years despite a significant rise in serious crime.
The Law Society recorded a deficit of £11.5m on a budget of £116m in the last financial year, compared to a surplus of £6.7m in the previous 12 months, its annual report has revealed.
A chartered legal executive has been reprimanded for asking the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) not to tell his own regulator that it had investigated him.
The Legal Services Board (LSB) is set to begin work on a a review of continuing competence that will revisit the possibility of formal periodic reaccreditation for lawyers.
Eversheds Sutherland is to hive off three of its legal services teams into an alternative business structure (ABS), from which it will seek external investment to help the new venture more than double revenues to £100m by 2024.
A former senior partner who plundered £2m from his firm’s client accounts as well as both private and charitable trusts after falling victim to a lottery scam has been thrown out of the profession.
A solicitor who held on to money meant for counsel, experts and others for several years so as to aid his firm’s cash flow has been struck off.
Midlands Fraud Forum Ltd. Reg.No: 06436330 Copyright © March 2014