Solicitor mastermind behind failed £120m Axiom fund struck off

Laura Miller
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A solicitor who masterminded the now collapsed £120m Axiom Legal Financing fund has been struck off for "serious and continued" misconduct at one of the main law firms that received money from the fund.

Timothy Schools, who is appealing the decision, was told he can no longer practise law after the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal found against him on ten allegations brought by the Solicitors Regulation...

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