Prescott’s practising certificate has been suspended as a result of the intervention.
Tribunal also approves £50,000 partner fine after prosecution over conflict of interest and confidentiality.
Held-back compensation was spent on holiday and dozens of online bets.
Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal strikes off solicitor who agreed the facts and outcome of his case.
Struck-off solicitor found to have sufficient interest in property to be able to pay 2013 costs.
Cassam was ordered to pay costs of £15,575; Lewis was ordered to pay costs of £3,000.
Dalowsky and Walker were ordered to pay costs of £16,000, to be paid on the basis of joint and several liability.
Intervention follows death of sole practitioner, intending to protect the interests of King’s clients.
Former solicitor general writes to attorney general asking for disclosure of correspondence with SRA.
The practising certificates of Singh and Roberts are suspended as a result of the intervention.
Price’s practising certificate has been suspended as a result of the intervention.
The practising certificates of Agada and Weston have been suspended as a result of the intervention.
Majid’s current practising certificate has been suspended with immediate effect.
Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal was also satisfied Venkateshwarlu Bandla abandoned his firm.
Cleared Leigh Day senior partner fires a warning on insurance cover following high-profile tribunal hearing.
Judge finds 'serious procedural irregularity' in dishonesty finding.
Disciplinary tribunal says Rosalind Diana Kathleen Dunning failed to devote attention to management of practice.
Tribunal finds Rajpal Ahluwalia sent misleading updates to client and insurance broker.
Human rights law firm want to refocus after long tribunal hearing.
Scully, Brown and Nacarlo were ordered to pay costs of £15,000 on the basis of joint and several liability.
Broadbridge and Grimes were ordered to pay costs of £48,655, on the basis of joint and several liability.
The respondents were ordered to pay costs of £82,454 on the basis of joint and several liability.
Mr Clinch’s current practising certificate has been suspended with immediate effect.
The practising certificates of Uddin and Abid are suspended as a result of intervention.
Naresh Chopra, restored to the roll in 2004, deceived lenders over who was carrying out work.
Tribunal strikes off principal who had admitted a string of accounting rule breaches.
Regulator urged Bar Standards Board to press ahead with civil standard to put interests of the public first.
Decision follows seven-week hearing into misconduct allegations relating to the handling of Iraq claims.
Hustons were ordered to be jointly and severally liable for costs of £27,132.
Exoneration of Leigh Day entitles solicitors to ask questions of the regulator.
Tribunal hears Rajwinder Bharya was suffering from an illness which was known to cause cognitive impairment.
SRA agrees fine after solicitor admitted misconduct in emails sent to opponent representing herself in matrimonial case.
The SDT ordered Charles to pay a fine of £1,000, and further ordered that he should not practise as a sole practitioner or sole manager or sole owner of an authorised or recognised body.
Tribunal members will give their verdict as early as Thursday.
Day 20 of the longest tribunal case on record closes with defence halfway through closing submissions.
Regulator completes closing submission on day 19 of Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal hearing.
Contention comes on day 19 of tribunal hearing as closing submissions begin.
Treasury Solicitor practitioner says misconduct was an 'aberration' but tribunal strikes him off.
Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal orders Daniel Mun Kin Tang to pay £32,469 in costs for 'more than sloppy' conduct.
Anna Crowther denies wrongdoing as she tells tribunal she did not attach importance to translation.