Archive

Posts Tagged ‘proforma’

How to complain to the SRA about ACS:LAW and Gallant Macmillan

August 26, 2010 10 comments

Many people have received a letter from either ACS:LAW or Gallant Macmillan.  These letters seem to act like a dragnet in that they may well identify the occasional person who is accused of file sharing who actually did it, but far to many times the dragnet has included many who are wholly innocent of what they have been accused of.

The wording of the letters of ACS:LAW and Gallant Macmillan are VERY similar and they have also used the same “Monitoring” Software.

With the recent news that ACS:LAWs Andrew Crossley is following Davenport Lyons in being referred to the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal, a lot of people receiving a letter from Gallant Macmillan have started coming forward, claiming innocence.

With all this in mind ACS BORE has obtained a Proforma from the Solicitors Regulation Authority for people to fill out details of the letters they have received, as the SRA are looking to end this practice.  This practise after all is very corrosive to the trust that people have in the Legal profession.

Here is a link to help you complete the form that the SRA require.  It is a simple form that will not take long at all to fill out.  PLEASE DO IT

Contact Centre Proforma – External Use Doc File

Contact Centre
Solicitors Regulation Authority
Tel: 0870 606 2555
Fax: 0207 320 5964
Email: contactcentre@sra.org.uk

Here is a link to the previous appearances by Andrew Crossley at the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal

crossley,andrew_20100826085003

This letter sending dragnet of “Speculative Invoicing will ONLY stop when the SRA has a loud and booming voice saying “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH, THIS IS NOT JUSTICE” and one of the best ways we can provide that voice is by filling out the form and sending it to them.  If YOU do nothing then dont expect ANYTHING to change

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 294 other followers