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Anon @15:39 There are professional conduct provisions about this sort of thing and lawyers have been struck off for this sort of thing in the past (remember the porn rights holders and the letters to the users of IP addresses?).
Anon @10:19 I think the point here is that even a trainee would know that DHFC would have an unassailable defence. The correct response to the instructions would be to advise the client that the registrations are in bad faith and will be revoked if challenged and because there is no basis whatever for the allegation, a letter cannot be written to a lay party for professional conduct reasons.

What's actually happened is that the firm has just done whatever the client ordered it to do and was to afraid to say no for fear of losing it. That, in my book, makes this suitable for an investigation by the powers that be...

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