The Ministry of Justice has suspended the authorisation of Cartel Client Review (CCR), one of the country’s biggest claims management firms. The MoJ had been investigating the company for some time and said it had generated a “high volume of enquiries”.
A spokesman for the MoJ said: “This means that CCR will no longer be able to carry out any claims management services. As with any suspended business, the MoJ will be monitoring the situation and considering next steps that may be appropriate.”
The move follows the SRA’s decision to shut down Consumer Credit Litigation Solicitors (CCLS), also based in Manchester, which is understood to have worked almost entirely for CCR.
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