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It has been said the ACS:LAW “Speculative Invoicing” debacle wont be over till the Fat Lady sings, well, the date has now been set for the 16th January 2012. In an email from the SDT, it says I confirm that … Continue reading
As has been already reported this week, Davenport Lyons duo, Dave Gore and Brian Miller have been punished by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal. One would have thought that this would be an end to the saga, many thinking that they … Continue reading
The last Court Hearing involving ACS:LAW was postponed(17/06/11), we now know why, in what seems an almost endless wait, Ralli Solicitors have released a statement that the case has been settled, confidentially. I am pleased for those involved in the … Continue reading
The Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal has issued its “Charge Sheet” on ACS:LAW and it’s Supremo Andrew Crossley. The hearing will take place on August 18th 2011 (The date of the hearing is yet to be set thanks to those eagle eyed readers who spotted the … Continue reading
Davenport Lyons the originator of the odious “Speculative Invoicing” scheme, have been found guilty by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT) of breaching SIX rules of the Solicitors Code of Conduct. They were referred to the SDT by the Solicitors Regulation … Continue reading
Andrew Crossley the Sole Trader of ACS:LAW has been declared bankrupt. After a near two year campaign falsely accusing members of the general public and having been lambasted by the House of Lords, the Main Stream Media and the Courts, and … Continue reading
I sent the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) an email regarding their investigation into the ACS:LAW Data Leak.
Yesterday at the Patents Court Judge Birss gave ACS:LAW/Andrew Crossley such a kick up his ample backside that the ripples will be felt throughout the Legal Profession.
Crossleys leaking of the email database has put so many people at risk of losing their jobs, their familys, their reputation, yet repeated calls for Andrew Crossley to apologise for this has always resulted in SILENCE
ACS:LAW in one of their emails show SERIOUS doubts about their ability to prove the amount of damages they are seeking. Continue reading