U.K.: Another miners’-health lawyer disbarred

by Walter Olson on May 3, 2009

From the Times Online:

A former television presenter who became one of Britain’s highest-earning solicitors has been struck off for “disgraceful” misconduct in his handling of sick miners’ compensation claims.

Andrew Nulty, who earned £13 million from the claims in one year, joins a growing list of solicitors punished for their role in the coal health scandal, exposed by The Times.

Earlier: Feb. 3, 2009; Feb. 19 and Dec. 12, 2008; May 8, 2007.

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1 PhilG 05.04.09 at 2:15 am

And I used to think that lawyering was still an honorable profession in England, unlike what has happened in the USA.

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