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State-school education solicitors are far more likely to operate in criminal law than corporate, new figures published by the Solicitors Regulation Authority have shown.
An estate agent and her solicitor husband together defrauded clients for their own financial gain.
Find out who has been nominated in this year's annual awards which celebrated individuals and law firms both big and small
A sole practitioner who admitted dishonesty misappropriating £100,000 of client money could end up costing the compensation fund over £600,000
Partners in a former Stratford-upon-Avon law firm have been fined by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT) after the finance co-ordinator in the accounts department took nearly £1.7m from client account “to keep the firm running”
Whilst malicious prosecution claims could be brought in respect of criminal proceedings, civil proceedings were treated differently.
The Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT) has published its ruling in a case that saw former Tower Hamlets mayor Lutfur Rahman struck off after he was found guilty of election fraud.
A solicitor who took £1m from his client account to keep his firm afloat has been struck off by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (SDT).
The Joint National Disclosure Improvement Plan builds on detailed work to agree an effective approach to meet this challenge and represents the shared commitment of the CPS and the NPCC to make sustainable change to the way we exercise our duties of disclosure.
Although claimants have to work hard to prove fraud, it is clear that the courts recognise that it is often difficult to demonstrate that wrongdoers have received funds from complex fraudulent schemes
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