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Brian Moore's take on Salarysens Ruling
Discussion started by (JSF) , 24 January, 2020 10:03
Brian Moore's take on Salarysens Ruling
(JSF) 24 January, 2020 10:03
Sorry for starting another thread, but this really is a worthy read by an ex-barister

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Re: Brian Moore's take on Salarysens Ruling
iang1963 24 January, 2020 10:30
Good summary including

"It is ludicrous to allege rules you voluntarily adopt are illegal "

Re: Brian Moore's take on Salarysens Ruling
Brownian Motion 24 January, 2020 10:41
So it seems it truly is better to ask for forgiveness than permission.

Re: Brian Moore's take on Salarysens Ruling
Jon T 24 January, 2020 11:08
Very interesting.

Re: Brian Moore's take on Salarysens Ruling
L.F 24 January, 2020 13:51
Interesting, although he is an ex-solicitor not an ex-barrister. Just thought I'd point it out.

Re: Brian Moore's take on Salarysens Ruling
SimonG19 24 January, 2020 14:49
Do you actually become an ex-solicitor (or barrister for that matter)? Don't you simply remain a solicitor? Unless struck-off of course.

Re: Brian Moore's take on Salarysens Ruling
Rich W 24 January, 2020 15:01
Litigating solicitor wasn't he? You can see how the confusion might arise?



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Re: Brian Moore's take on Salarysens Ruling
L.F 24 January, 2020 21:11
Although still registered he hasn't practiced since 2003, so I think ex is correct.

Re: Brian Moore's take on Salarysens Ruling
Tom Paine 25 January, 2020 14:04
Dormant?


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