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December 12, 2008

Which? Go after P2P lawyers


by David Allen

After numerous complaints from members of the public, the consumer magazine Which? is to make a formal complaint to the solicitors’ watchdog, the Solicitors Regulatory Authority (SRA), over the way a firm has conducted themselves over illegal file sharing claims.

Which? claims that the actions of the law firm are none other than excessive and could even be classed as the bullying of innocent people, after the firm claimed that internet users are guilty of copyright infringement while they chose to ignore any evidence presented to them by the accused, but instead increased the level of compensation required to settle the case.

The lawyers are surprised at the actions of Which? who not only complained to the SRA but also put the details in a press release for all to see.

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