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Clyde & Co is one of five firms that will represent parties in the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal next month, as Baker McKenzie faces claims it allowed a misconduct investigation to be “improperly” influenced. Bakers, two former partners and the firm’s ex-HR director are all set to appear after the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA) referred them […]

Freshfields partner fails in bid to dismiss SDT hearing

A Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer partner will face the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal this October, after his application to dismiss allegations of misconduct were thrown out. The decision means that the case against restructuring partner Ryan Beckwith will now be heard for 10 days later this year, with evidence from the complainant lasting for three days. A […]

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Dentons escapes SDT grilling over unfair dismissal case

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has decided not to pursue Dentons over the unfair dismissal of a member of staff on maternity leave. At the end of last year, the SRA considered referring Dentons to the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal over the treatment of Bina Hale, a former recruitment manager. Though the matter had been high-profile, […]

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Clydes refutes “breach of duty” claims in insolvency dispute

A property business that came out of insolvency in 2015 has brought separate claims against Clyde & Co and Deloitte for advice given after its administration. The claimants, Rhino Enterprises Properties Limited (REPL) and Askwith Investments Limited (AIL), owned several properties until they went into administration in 2013, coming out of in 2015. They argue […]

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