Category: Solicitors Struck Off

Áine Feeney McTigue Solicitor not fit to be member of the profession

Áine Feeney McTigue

High Court President: Áine Feeney McTigue Solicitor ‘not fit to be member of the profession’ and cannot expect ‘mercy’   Áine Feeney McTigue Solicitor struck-off with a deficit of €625,000 on a client account.  Áine Feeney McTigue Solicitor is not

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John Martin Carr Galway soliticor struck off for misconduct

The High Court has struck off a solicitor for professional misconduct, including for misrepresenting himself as a partner in a law firm when he was not. John Martin Carr (57), formerly practising in Rhatigan and Co, Liosbaun House, Tuam Road,

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Solicitor Colm Murphy struck off – repeated skulduggery on the part of officials of the Law Society

Solicitor Colm Murphy struck off after Law Society falsely imputed an undertaking, and relied in part on a forged document and evidence from a fraudulent solicitor By Frank Connolly http://villagemagazine.ie/index.php/2014/02/questions-for-law-society-solicitor-struck-off-after-law-society-falsely-imputed-an-undertaking-and-relied-in-part-on-a-forged-document-and-evidence-from-a-fraudulent-solicitor/ Allegations of “repeated skulduggery on the part of officials of the

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