Solicitors from Hell owner's defamation bid was 'abuse of court process'

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  • Good call. Kordowski might have started out his crusade with good intentions, but it's ended up as a spiteful website with no attempts made to verify whether the claims are truthful.

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  • Rick may have gone amiss sometimes, but he has done something that the regulators have failed to do - prove to the public that there is a forum that really listens to them when they need to express their problems with lawyers.
    The best outcome from this (and the Law Society doesn't come out of this looking too good either) - is that the website remains in some shape or form, but perhaps with the following:
    - strict rules on removing potentially libellous comments
    - guidelines that focus commentators on laying out the facts of the matter, rather than opinion.
    And that the site seeks to engage the regulators - acting as a feeder forum of complaints.
    One might say this is a bit like the battle between Napster and the music industry (although clearly not about ownership). Eventually compromise was found between the public and those with power.
    Rick, like all pioneers, may be slightly off the mark, but the general direction is right and any judge needs to consider that.
    The public have a right to complain and share their feelings about about the legal services they pay for - to prevent this would be an awful indication of where British justice was headed.

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  • The fact that the lawyer named could have the entry against him/her removed, for a fee, probably gives the game away as to Kordowski's real motive, in setting up the site.
    If the reason for setting up this "service" was to expose shoddy legal service, this option would surely not have been available.

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  • Rick Kordowski still helps bent lawyers by altering posts on his site and playing little games with his Solicitors from Heaven site. I'd say more but it appears I'm on a blacklist of those who criticise Kordowski. Ironic, isn't it?

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  • in the immortal words of Rice-Davies, M "Well he would wouldn't he?"

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  • So whatever happened to Rick and the big case? Does anybody know the details. His comment on SfH is a bit sparse. Surprised it has not been mentioned in the press.

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  • Rather interesting to read this .....just as the Legal Ombudsman announces that it intends to publish the names of firms where repeated complaints are noted. All I can say is Rick - you should have IP protected your website idea.

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  • Most of the above have not been on the receiving end of the the Complaints system in this Police State, and Ricks doing a very good job Naming and Shaming these bent Solicitors, in the interests of the British Public, and in my opinion it's the fat cat Lawyers who should be before the Courts but not in this Country and that's a FACT

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  • I have had a bad survey on my property which was an homebuyers survey.Tried to sue them for neglect only to discover after waiting months for my solicitor to sort things out,he then tells me a load of crap and thobs me off as well.
    I wonder why?
    If i ever meet a good decent Solicitor i will probably die of shock

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