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Business man keeps his licence

This client’s wife is a Legal Advisor at our local court with over 25 years experience. She recommended he instruct Mr. Goldberg when he risked losing his licence. As a director of a family business and instrumental in the businesses sales performance had he lost his licence employees faces job losses and the family themselves risked severe financial hardship especially as both children of the family were at important stages of their education at a privately paid school. Mr. Goldberg initially had to deal with the conflict position of the client appearing before Court’s where his wife works and then advance arguments why exceptional hardship exists and why he should not be disqualified. The client was successful in his application and although he now has in excess of 12 points on his licence he was not disqualified and so did not suffer the consequences that this would bring.