the Chair Hegarty
in a China Shop
Chair of the Compliance Board
Hegarty & Co Solicitors
the 6 November this year at 6.15pm, one hour after your office had closed,
you rang me at my home, you asked the lady who answered the 'phone if
that was 'Xxxxxx Xxx Xxxx' and then you asked for myself by name.
points we note here are: -
First you had my home 'phone number that is not listed nor was it on
previous correspondence I sent to you.
Second you knew what my business name was, again not on any previous
correspondence, also I believe your 'phone call was an attempt to intimidate
of all let us look at the Law Society's confidentiality rule: -
Client details must be kept confidential (not even the client's identity
may be disclosed without the client's consent)
I believe my 'Confidentiality has been Breached' by yourself and a third
party from whom you got this information, I intend sending a complaint
to the OSS. The OSS state in the first instance the 'in-house complaints
procedures' should be used. I'm not sure this applies in this case,
but I believe this gives you the opportunity to reply and explain where
and how you obtained this information so I can consider how, where,
if or what the context of my complaint will be.
you had for some reason, concerning my letter to Kevin Martin dated
3 August last that was redirected to yourself, decided to investigate
anything I had said you would have written and told me, or that you
had requested to look at my file from the OSS. You didn't, what you
did do was to write a letter to rebuke me for complaining and referred
to me as a "disgruntled complainant", not very nice,
but then again 'Professional Misconduct' is not something to
be proud of.
B R Gray
at: - http://www.solicitorsfromhell.com/dickie3.htm