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Does a continued duty of care arise for professionals to correct previous negligence?

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Posted by Susan Hopcraft on 02 February 2016

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Susan is a disputes and professional negligence lawyer, mainly in the financial services sector.

Susan Hopcraft

Susan is a disputes and professional negligence lawyer, mainly in the financial services sector.

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