Solicitor Impersonated HMRC OfficerWednesday, 20th April 2016 at 3:57pm
The Surrey Comet reports that a former solicitor pretended to be an HMRC officer in order to gain information about the disciplinary investigation that struck him off.
Paul Baxendale-Walker of Hersham was struck off as a solicitor at a tribunal hearing in 2007 and then used a false name to write to the Law Society on what appeared to be HMRC-headed paper to try to get an admission of wrongdoing to overturn the tribunal’s decision.
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