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  1. Scrawnyneck
    December 18, 2018 @ 10:23 am

    In the world of investment, we call this double-dipping. The lawyers getting fees at both ends here. Protect the clients for a fee and then pick up more when it all goes t.ts up.

    Perhaps a journalist or two should see this cluster…k

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    • Angie
      December 18, 2018 @ 5:56 pm

      Personally I think that both DWF Solicitors and the Insolvency Service should be named and shamed for their disgraceful behaviour. The IS is perfectly capable of conducting a criminal investigation against the scammers and yet chooses not to do so with Stephen Ward (who is still blissfully free to keep on scamming). I have called out DWF over this conflict of interest before, but they insist there is none.

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  2. Stephen
    December 19, 2018 @ 7:58 am

    I have consistently referred to the term “blood-sucking lawyers” and this blog proves my point.

    They do sh.t for money! I dislike them intensely! In the words of Douglas Adams – Restaurant at the end of the universe, 1980, “they’ll be first against the wall when the revolution comes” ….

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