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Insufficient Evidence, Evidently

That wheeze, as we now know, also meant the “investorsâ€? no longer knew the details of the mortgagor and whether he/she could make the repayments. That meant that very bad credit risks could be, and were, passed on as “investmentsâ€?, resulting in the US sub-prime mortgage crash.

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9th October 1890, a fateful day for solicitors

Morris was, probably, a counterfeit solicitor. Even so, as remarked by Dr. Watson’s companion, he had benefited Mr. Wilson, the red-headed pensioner by £30 and a deep knowledge of every subject coming under the letter “A” in the Encyclopaedia Britannica, before abruptly dissolving the League and ending Mr. Wilson’s income.

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Out To Lunch

Suggestions, please, for the text of an equivalent sign for a lawyer’s office.

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Lawyers

If you are a lawyer, you stand between the abuse of governmental power and the individual.

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Solicitors again!

Our profession has been getting a particularly bad press recently all of it deserved. The trouble is erupting even as far away as Los Angeles.

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Michael Lynn

The beneficiary of a professional indemnity policy is the insured professional. His client, on whom the loss may have fallen, has no privity with the insurer and, in Ireland, has no entitlement to seek payment directly from the insurer.

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Is there a lawyer in the house?

And undoubtedly it was a conveyancing or commercial solicitor acting for a putative private investor for a co-located hospital who had those fresh eyes.

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Lock the Door

She attended court in what would have been her Sunday best were it not for the shortness of her skirt. She was a striking figure.

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Michael Lynn and Thomas Byrne, solicitors

Nobody in the solicitors’ profession is happy with the situations revealed in the practices of Mr. Lynn and Mr. Byrne.

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Professionals

A professional person, be it doctor, lawyer, architect, engineer or quantity surveyor is not an insurer.

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