Website that has become the scourge of all lawyers, good and bad.
2nd email as sent to the Guardian on 15/04/2011 no reply received
firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com; and cc'd to firstname.lastname@example.org;
(Jon Robins) email@example.com; (Gus Sellitto) firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com;
the Court proceedings against Rick Kordowski no articles on the internet
name Solicitors from Hell .com repeat .com except those penned by Jon
Robins who clearly states SfH.com as the offending website in connection
with Rick Kordowski, please see: -
Let me quote what the Judge Mr Vassall-Adams said "...that Mr Kordowski appeared to be willing to publish very serious defamatory allegations without any prior check to establish their truth or accuracy". The Guardian has published Jon Robins article "without any prior check to establish their truth or accuracy", Jon Robins also interviewed Rick Kordowski on behalf of the Guardian and still got the facts wrong.
If you enter 'jon robins solicitors from hell rick kordowski' into Google's search engine you will see he is all over it, like a terrible rash, in the name of the Guardian blaming SfH.com repeat .com for the shortcomings, misdemeanours or the 'good deeds', depending on how you look at it, of Rick Kordowski.
me quote the Guardian's article
penned by Jon Robins naming SfH.com under the heading: -
I have no problem with honest criticism of my website but I would point out that every comment and accusation on it is, unlike Rick Kordowski, backed up with evidence and does not have lists of any lawyers as described also it makes no charges whatsoever to disgruntled clients, Solicitors or their firms.
Let me quote what Mr Justice Lloyd Jones said "Kordowski was responsible for all postings on Solicitors from Hell, even if he was not the author" and, once again, Mr Vassall-Adams said "...that Mr Kordowski appeared to be willing to publish very serious defamatory allegations without any prior check to establish their truth or accuracy". I believe it is clear the Guardian is responsible for all the false allegations they are accusing me of as the owner/author of www.solicitorsfromhell.com
You may say this was done in 'error' but over a fortnight later you are still ignoring the facts and have taken no action. If you go into a shop and in 'error' take an item without paying, this does not excuse you from the act of shoplifting.