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ACS:LAW “Davenport Lyons were rubbish and arrogant”

In a startling email between Andrew Crossley and Andrew Hopper QC (concerning collaborating with Tilly Bailey and Irvine), Andrew Crossley dismisses Davenport Lyons efforts (Which he based his whole practice on) as “.. a little bit rubbish at doing this work” and adds “….to arrogant”

What is really interesting is that it appears that Andrew Hopper QC is actually working with ACS:LAW and also Tilly Bailey and Irvine by advising them how best to deal with the SRA.

In the email Crossley continues regarding Davenport Lyons arrogance by stating “…not like me, TBI or the latest brigand Gallant Macmillan”

The link with Gallant Macmillan is unfortunate timing  for them in light of the email leak.  Gallant Macmillan are back in Court on 4th October to contest the release of an NPO which will give them permission to get lots of further names from the IP addresses they already hold (for the Ministry of Sound).

The original hearing was on the 20th September 2010 but was adjourned as Chief Master Winegarten the presiding Judge had reservations about granting the NPO.  This was covered in an article by Torrentfreak

It will be a VERY interesting October 4th when Simon Gallant walks through the door and has to put his case before the Judge, in light of ACS:LAW releasing their emails to the public

To write to Chief Master Winegarten  CHANCERY DIVISION, ROOM TM 7.08, THE ROYAL COURTS OF JUSTICE, STRAND, LONDON, WC2A 2LL

For continuing coverage of the email leak please see TorrentFreak and Slyck

The full email is here

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  1. Jim
    September 30, 2010 at 7:19 pm

    The whole blackmail denial thing from Crossley is really funny. I came across this little gem today. The sleazoid had bought a settee that apparently had a faulty leg, so he blackmailed the retailer into fixing it or else he would leave a bad review … just about says it all really, doesn’t it? Don’t worry, this one among many others is winging its way to the SRA.

    From: John Darling
    Subject: RE: Participate in Darlings of Chelsea’s Survey
    Date: 9 August 2010 14:29:16 GMT+01:00
    To: Andrew Crossley
    Cc: Maya Mahboobani
    Reply-To: john.darling@darlingsofchelsea.co.uk
    Hi Andrew – can you send me some pictures? What has caused the leg to fall off do you think? Let me know – happy to help.

    From: Andrew Crossley [mailto:andrew.crossley@acs-law.co.uk]
    Sent: Monday, August 02, 2010 5:40 PM
    To: Info – Darlings Of Chelsea
    Subject: Re: Participate in Darlings of Chelsea’s Survey

    A leg has broken on one of our sofas, so my response too your survey will be poor unless someone comes to repair it please. Can you organise this? We have had the sofas not two months. Very disapointing.

    Andrew J. Crossley
    Principal
    ACS Law Solicitors
    20 Hanover Square
    London W1S 1JY
    DX: 44643 MAYFAIR
    http://www.acs-law.co.uk
    Tel: 020 7898 0571
    Fax: 020 7898 0572
    Mob: 07816 990073

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