Professional Negligence: Professional to the core
Professional negligence occupies a small corner of the legal profession, requiring barristers with specialist skills. Charlie Wright highlights those who have made a particularly good impression
Little is as likely to rile high-flying achievers as raising questions over their professional competence. So it is not surprising that negligence claims against professionals such as solicitors and accountants – claims with the potential to cause untold reputational damage to individuals and organisations alike – number among the most fiercely contested of cases.
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