Lawyer settles solicitorsfromhell.co.uk libel case

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  • If this allegation was not checked to ensure accuracy then it follows that none of the others have either, so on that basis they should all be withdrawn until such checks have been carried out.
    How can he say he has no funds when he extorts money from firms that want their 'unchecked' details removed?
    The web site is totally unacceptable and should be removed, consumers have protection under the watch of the regulators who have far more impact than this man; just because the complaints process may not have worked for him does not mean it wouldn't work for others!

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  • The point is that this website attracts the sort of people for whom the complaints process will never work, whether or not the firm in question has done anything wrong in the first place.

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  • The mere existence of the website indicates the pressing need to have better regulation of solicitors. We need a similar site for judges. A simple disclaimer on the website as "Public Interest views expressed here are open to scrutiny and research of the reader before they can be relied upon" could have presumably settled the argument whether the comments posted were 'libellous' or not. The fact is: Public OPinion COUNTS - and no amount of 'fixing' can solve the REAL issues here !

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  • Meanwhile Rick Kordowski publishes allegations that come his way in the knowledge law firms may cough up a minimum of £99 to remove postings.

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  • I THINK THIS WEB SITE IS GREAT WHY SHOULD LAWYERS LIE CHEAT AND TAKE HUGE SUMS OF MONEY FROM PEOPLE WHO TRUST THEM AND TAKE THERE WORD AS LAW ONLY TO FIND OUT THAT ONCE THE SAID LAWYER HAS THERE MONEY IN HIS GRASP TO THEN FIND THAT THEY HAVE DONE NOTHING I WISH I KNEW ABOUT THIS SITE BEFORE

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  • The fact that the webmaster is charging people to remove stuff is a bit underhanded.

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  • To anonymous 28-May-2010 10:40 am - Self-regulation never works - worked for the bankers didn't it! We are all still paying for that. Lawyers telling other lawyers what's acceptable and enforcing the rules? Let's get real all the SRA really does is protect the profession and screw the public.
    Lawyers and the SRA alike are pushing for LESS regulation at a time when greed and corruption are common place and at an all-time high. Doesn't that strike you as a little self-serving?
    We need MORE websites like this, where average people can have their say. I do not however agree with accepting money from people to remove opinions. Take that part out and the man has a winning formula.

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