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The Cube, Barrack Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE4 6DB


Languages spoken Cantonese, English, Esperanto, French, German, Hindi, Punjabi, Spanish 
Size of firm 73 solicitors


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  • Advocacy
  • Banking
  • Charities
  • Children
  • Clinical negligence
  • Commercial litigation
  • Commercial property
  • Company and commercial
  • Construction
  • Consumer
  • Conveyancing - residential
  • Corporate finance
  • Crime - fraud
  • Crime - general
  • Debt and bankruptcy - personal
  • Debt recovery
  • Dispute resolution - civil mediation
  • Dispute resolution - commercial mediation
  • Education
  • Employment
  • Environment
  • Family - general
  • Human rights
  • Immigration - nationality and citizenship
  • Information Technology
  • Insolvency and restructuring - business
  • Insurance
  • Intellectual property
  • Landlord and tenant - residential
  • Licensing gaming and betting
  • Litigation - general
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Neighbour disputes
  • Personal injury
  • Planning
  • Private client - Probate
  • Private client - trusts
  • Private client - Wills
  • Professional negligence


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05/03/18

Outcome: Failure to advise
To pay compensation for emotional impact and/or disruption caused

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05/03/18

Outcome: Failure to advise
To pay compensation for emotional impact and/or disruption caused

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18/12/17

Source: https://www.sra.org.uk/consumers/solicitor-check/390336.article?Decision=2017-12-18

Outcome: Condition
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Daniel Williams is subject to Regulation 3 of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011.

Mr Williams? practising certificate for 2017/2018 is subject to the following conditions which are necessary, reasonable and proportionate in the public interest:



Mr Williams may act as a solicitor, only as an employee whose role has first been approved by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

Mr Williams shall immediately inform any actual or prospective employer of these conditions and the reasons for their imposition.



In these conditions the definitions are as defined in the SRA Handbook Glossary 2012.



Reasons/basis

The above conditions are considered to be necessary in the public interest and reasonable and proportionate having regard to the purposes set out in Regulation 7 of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011 and the regulatory objectives and principles governing regulatory activities as contained in section 28 of the Legal Services Act 2007.

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Compiled from data from the Solicitors Regulation Authority website

06/02/17

Source: https://www.sra.org.uk/consumers/solicitor-check/390336.article?Decision=2017-12-18

Outcome: Condition
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Daniel Lloyd Williams is subject to Regulation 3 of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011.

His practising certificate for 2016/2017 is subject to the following conditions which are necessary, reasonable and proportionate in the public interest:



Mr Williams may act as a solicitor, only as an employee whose role has first been approved by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

Mr Williams shall immediately inform any actual or prospective employer of these conditions and the reasons for their imposition.



In these conditions the definitions are as defined in the SRA Handbook Glossary 2012.



Reasons/basisThe above conditions are considered to be necessary in the public interest and reasonable and proportionate having regard to the purposes set out in Regulation 7 of the SRA Practising Regulations 2011 and the regulatory objectives and principles governing regulatory activities as contained in section 28 of the Legal Services Act 2007.

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