Solicitor loses Supreme Court inquiry appeal
A solicitor who withheld half of a personal injuries settlement after accusing his client of libel has lost his Supreme Court appeal over a Law Society investigation.
Asolicitor who withheld half of a personal injuries settlement after accusing his client of libel has lost his Supreme Court appeal over a Law Society investigation.
Michael O'Sullivan, who has his own firm in Baggot Street, Dublin 2, was instructed by a client identified as JF after a road accident in 1997. The case was settled in 2004 for €100,000 plus costs.
O'Sullivan told JF that, in the interests of a settlement, he would limit his fees to...
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