UK firm Kennedy's is cleared of wrongdoing in case of alleged partner fraud

The Solicitors Regulation Authority has cleared UK firm Kennedys of wrongdoing in the scandal involving a Kennedys senior partner and the alleged theft of £1 million of client money. Peter Lloyd-Cooper, a corporate and property finance partner, was suspended from the partnership in May 2010 over the allegations of theft, and has now been dismissed from the firm. The firm reimbursed the client, though they are keeping quiet on how much was stolen on the basis of client confidentiality.

rollonfriday.com UK firm Kennedy's is cleared of wrongdoing in case of alleged partner fraud
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