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1st Tier Tribunal overturns VAT Dishonesty Finding | Regulatory Lawer

1st Tier Tribunal overturns VAT Dishonesty Finding | Regulatory Lawer

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SRA playing for the headlines? |  SRA Barrister

SRA playing for the headlines? | SRA Barrister

At a recent seminar held at the Law Society on 16th November, Jeremy Barnett reviewed a number of recent SDT decisions and concluded that the SRA have clearly been investigating classes of cases, and called for more transparency as to how some of t...

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High Court confirms test for SRA interventions

High Court confirms test for SRA interventions

Todays decision in Ramasamy v Law Society a decision of HH Judge Beherns, the senior Chancery Judge at Leeds who was sitting in the High Court at London, reaffirms the test for an intervention that was set out by Newey J in Elsdon v Law Society las...

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Abattoir fined in Food Safety Week | Food Safety Lawyer

Abattoir fined in Food Safety Week | Food Safety Lawyer

Last year in the UK, there were 280,000 cases of campylobacter food poisoning and 100 deaths (according to the FSA). Campylobacter poisoning usually develops a few days after eating contaminated food and leads to symptoms that include abdomina...

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SRA Right to Intervene | SRA Lawyer

SRA Right to Intervene | SRA Lawyer

The Law Society Gazette 13th May 2015  reported that the SRA were right to intervene in a case where it was said that the Solicitor had 'lost his ethical compass'. A full report of the decision of Newey J available on the LSG page. The Ju...

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Magistrates decline to follow draft guidelies | Food Safety Lawer

√جª¬øJeremy was recently instructed by Paul Mercer of Village Green Preserves, who had been prosecuted by York Environmental health in respect of two compliance visits to their premises at Millfield Industrial Estate, Whedrake, York in...

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Mistake on Indemnity form was dishonest

Mistake on Indemnity form was dishonest

In the recent decision of Ijomanta v Solicitors Regulation Authority   2013 WL 6451059, Mr Justice Phil;lips upheld a decision of the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal which found that the appellant was guilty of giving false and misleading inf...

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Police ‘frustrated’ after sentence in suspected √Ǭ£1m fraud

Police ‘frustrated’ after sentence in suspected √Ǭ£1m fraud

The Northern Echo today reported that investigating police officers were 'frustrated' following the non custodial sentence imposed at Middlesborough Crown Court yesterday in a credit fraud where the salesmen assisted customers to obtain over £...

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Recent SRA and SDT appeals

Recent SRA and SDT appeals

√جª¬ø Adesemowo v Solicitors Regulation Authority   Dingermans J Queen's Bench Division (Administrative Court), 13 June 2013. This case concerned a decision of the SRA who had concluded that a solicitor who had failed to disclose a con...

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Renault Senics burst into flames

Renault Senics burst into flames

The family abandoned their car when smoke started to pour from the bonnet as they sat in traffic. Minutes later, the car was ripped apart by an explosion. Fire crews attended the fire and as a result two lanes of the motorway were closed for 9 hour...

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