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ACS:LAW and Media C.A.T monster falls flat on it’s face
“It has been said that we have no intention of going to court but we have no fear of it”, so spoke ACS:LAWs Principle Andrew Crossley. Well this was his big chance to prove all his critics wrong, and he failed completely. True he had an excuse, an accident so it has been said, but there is a pattern that emerges that just before ACS:LAW are to be held to account “something” always happens.
Andrew Crossley has already been referred to the Solicitors Disciplinary
Posted in ACS LAW Letters Tagged acs, acs law, court, filesharing, judge, judge birss, lee bowden, media C.A.T, media cat, patents, pirri 1 Comment