- Monday, 20 April 2015
Tariq Rehman, the first lawyer to be ‘named and shamed’ by the Legal Ombudsman for a series of complaints, has been suspended by a Bar disciplinary tribunal. The tribunal suspended him for failing to pay three other barristers for work they had carried out.
Tags: Bar Tribunals and Adjudication, Legal Ombudsman, public access
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