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A Limited Ploy? – ACS:LAW and Media C.A.T close together

To those who have endured the letters of ACS:LAW from May 2009, the news is simply stunning, albeit there is an air of cynicism to be had. Continue reading

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ACS:BORE-2010 in review

The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

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Musically – Speculate to accumulate: Mass lawsuits and p2p

This is an article from MusicAlly, an industry site. This article includes contributions from the excellent Beingthreatened.com and your favourite “amateurish shouty, unprofessional” Blog  ACS:BORE Please download the musically Article Musically is a subscription based website aimed at the industry, but … Continue reading

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ACS:LAW still sending out letters AFTER the Leak.

        After one of the BIGGEST data leaks in UK history adding misery to thousands of people many of them innocent, ACS:LAW seem to be deaf to the cries of reason. Unbelievably they have continued to send … Continue reading

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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” Continue reading

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EXCLUSIVE: ACS:LAWs Andrew Crossley and the FIRST Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal

The Notorious ACS:LAW Solicitor Andrew Crossley who has been referred to the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal is no stranger AT all. Many Blogs and news articles have stated that this will be Crossleys Second time before the Tribunal however here at ACSBORE we can confirm it will in fact be his THIRD time in front of the Tribunal. Continue reading

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

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.
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ACS LAW Chief Andrew Crossley sent for discipline by the SRA

It is the news that thousands of people have been waiting to hear. It has been a long time coming but finally the authority that regulates Solicitors in the UK the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has finally referred Andrew Crossley head of ACS:LAW to the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT). For more on this story see the Excellent Torrentfreak Article http://torrentfreak.com/file-sharing-lawyers-to-face-disciplinary-tribunal-100823/ Continue reading

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The Players Part One: ACS:LAW and friends

This is a post from an earlier Blog but is worth reposting as the Information is VERY Valid and shows those people accusing others in a truer light.  It is basically scaps of info and news on the people at … Continue reading

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ACS:LAW a “No Show” on the “One Show”

Well ACS:LAWs Andrew Crossley had his chance to defend his “Foolproof” method of identifying people file sharing and he blew it. Not only did he blow it but he has now taken his reputation even lower than anyone previously thought possible. Continue reading

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