Legal worker’s frauds
In trying to work out what Mr. Evgeny Orlov’s incompetence trial was actually about (as it seemed to be a distraction tactic), brought me round to what would be the top priority for the law society to avoid public discussion?
The top two issues, to my guess, would be:
2. failure to serve the customer properly and economically
1. fraudulent charging by legal workers
The latter would include legal-worker’s aid frauds and defending against cases which should never have been brought to caught at all.
Please post examples of complaints made to the law society, date, whether the complaint was upheld and whether it was actually sorted out to the customer’s satisfaction and the sum at issue. (We all aspire to have satisfied customers?) I am interested to gauge how big these problems are.
Also, if you can think of some other issue, which the law society might be hell bent on avoiding public interest and discussion, please add it in too.