The Bar (non) Standards Board – The regulator that fails to regulate

The Bar Standards Board purports to act in the public interest to regulate the standards of the BSB Handbook, their own standards of conduct that all barristers must adhere to. They do not, they conceal extreme barrister misconduct to prevent those they regulate from prosecution, contrary to the public interest. Another sham entity there to dupe the public into belief it does the right thing.

The Bar Standards Board core duties and on the right, Alfonso Tucay, head of assessment complaints

We provided the Bar Standards Board with incontrovertible evidence that a barrister they regulate has breached core duty 1 and core duty 3. After over 6 months of purported “investigation”, Mr Tucay, the Head of Assessment Complaints told our CEO that “Your complaint was not investigated”.

Of the reviews available in the public domain in relation to those who have had cause to complain about barristers, 100% of the reviews were negative, ranging from bad, to extremely bad. The same can be said of the Solicitor’s Regulation Authority, another legal services regulator who fail to regulate or enforce the standards. Of the 181 reviews on Trust Pilot, 99% of the reviews are bad, with the 1% rating the service as poor or average. The statistics speak volumes.

The fact is that these organisations are entirely unfit for purpose, they are there only to smokescreen the public into belief that the legal sector is regulated when in reality they are there only to protect those they regulate from prosecution so they can freely go about their business of defrauding or asset stripping innocent civilians in the name of law and justice knowing that they regulators will always protect them.

Mr Tucay found it amusing that the fraudulent claim perpetrated by Mr Staunton, a barrister they regulate, was conditional upon Mr Millinder’s “full satisfaction of” the connection agreement that Middlesbrough FC refused. Mr Tucay laughed during the recording, knowing that over £4 million of the claim was sought for energy supply when on 9th January 2017 Mr Staunton himself admitted that “for the purpose of the Energy Supply Agreement, Force Majeure has effect”, thereby admitting categorically that he knew, on 9th January 2017, that any claim for energy supply was false.

On 21st December 2017 however, Mr Staunton attended Court to defend a fraudulent claim that he knew, by his own admission was false and he did so, with intent to defraud creditors.

Watch and listen to the 23.33 Minute illustrated recording of the call between Mr Tucay of the BSB and Mr Millinder

The Bar (non) Standards Board

If you or anyone you know has been affected by the regulator that fails to regulate, please get in touch with us, we may be able to help. It is time for the public to take action and to remove these parasites from our society. Email: info@intelligenceuk.com

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