SRA publishes press release

Davenport Lyons: Greed clouds judgement and results in £20K fine

An email today from the SRA entitled “Davenport Lyons: Greed clouds judgement and results in £20K fine”, pretty much sums up how many of the hundreds of clients we acted for felt.

http://www.sra.org.uk/sra/news/sra-update/issue-20-davenport-lyons.page

Andrew Crossley next up w/c 16 January 2012!

Michael Coyle is a Solicitor Advocate and can be contacted at michael.coyle@lawdit.co.uk


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