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Swinfen v Lord Chelmsford (1860) 157 ER 1436

This case considered the issue of the duty to act independently and whether or not a barrister was liable for his actions in arranging a compromise with the counsel of the other party.

 

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Swinfen v Lord Chelmsford (1860) 157 ER 1436
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