Graham Dwyer Verdict..

The Verdict will be..


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SoundMan

Full Member
So you didn't have a Solicitor at the time? Because touting for business is only an issue if the person is already represented.

If your bother mentioned to his plumber friend that your sinks were blocked and he offered to have a look at them, would you have also thought that he was committing an offence?

There won't be any Solicitors touting for business from Graham Dwyer in relation to a possible civil case if he wins this appeal, because he is already represented. If another Solicitor was to approach him they would find themselves up on disciplinary charges.

Is that clear enough for you?

If someone was an injured party but didn't even think to make anything of it til a solicitor turned up uninvited and said to them "You have a very good case, you should sue them and get compensation" is that not touting for business?
 

Matlock

Full Member
If someone was an injured party but didn't even think to make anything of it til a solicitor turned up uninvited and said to them "You have a very good case, you should sue them and get compensation" is that not touting for business?
Unless you already have a Solicitor they haven't done anything wrong. Unless the injured person is actually injured and it is actually someone else's fault they don't have a case. I don't see an issue with a Solicitor pointing that out. It is still up to the injured party to decide whether or not to sue.

No different from a tiler looking at your bathroom and saying they could make a lovely job of it. Except, of course, you don't have an irrational hatred of tilers (that I know of).
 
Best of luck m8

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