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Your answer is too broad based the reference does not answer the question I asked?
I have asked for more specific advice and any related Case Law?
I have been through the Pre Protocal Procedure and await ADR via Mediation? Their defense is void of any factual evidence & solely based upon unverifiable assertions, suggestions & innuendos?
I need to be able to prove the Negligence on the basis of either case law or his non-compliance with any recommended practice or guidance from their Governing Body?
The guidance relating to LiPs in Court will be very helpful. However, complying with the Court Proceedures leading up to the Civil Proceedings is very complicated? To me!
Already the Lawyers who are representing my Ex-Negligent Lawyer are threatening me: for failing to comply with the guidelines & have given me 14 days to provide information which I do not understand or they will apply to the Court to dismiss my claim? Or words to that effect?
The Negligence took Place between Dec 2007-April 2009? Will the 2011 rules for communicating with clients differ? How can I access the 2007 Guidance?
Thank you for the 2007 Code of Conduct. I have spent hours looking through the Document. I can find nothing that instructs a Lawyer/Solicitor that they have a responsibility after a one-one meeting that they should ensure that their Client has understood fully by writing to the Client without any Legalese language; to confirm their understanding? Where can I find this?
How would I have been expected to known this?
So are you saying that a Lawyer is reactive & is not required to be proactive? Lawyers have a superior knowledge & understanding of the law. What is obvious to him or her can mean nothing to us mere mortals? What would you understand by the Terminology "Open Market Value"?
I have tried to break my questions to simple ones & they are not getting answers? Let's try this one again. You are suggesting that a lawyer is not required to be proactive? You tell me there id nothing their Customer Care that requires them to write to a client unless a client asks him too is that correct?
If I have understood what you said I then asked how am I supposed to know this fact? That is 2 basic questions please respond ASAP specifically to these 2 so I can see a way forward?