Labour peer accuses Hogan Lovells of 'connivance in criminality' and calls for SRA to withdraw firm’s permission to practise
Lord Hain accuses law firm of 'fatally flawed whitewash of a report' on South Africa corruption claims in House of Lords speech
Labour peer Lord Peter Hain has called on the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) to withdraw Hogan Lovells’ authorisation to practise for producing a “fatally flawed whitewash of a report” into allegations of South African government corruption.
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