Law Firm Employee Barred Over £19,000 Toner Deception

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Law Firm Employee Barred Over £19,000 Toner Deception

 news 2015-01-29 at 10:54:53 am Views: 281
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    Law Firm Employee Barred Over £19,000 Toner Deception

    A law firm administrator who used £18,646 of his employer’s money to pay for printer toner for his own use has been barred from working in the sector.

    The Solicitors Regulation Authority said in an employee-related decision published yesterday that Raven Subramoney of no fixed abode had admitted deceiving his employer, full-service firm Browne Jacobson LLP in Nottingham by using his employer’s funds to pay for printer toners to the amount of £18,646.08 for his personal use and making up a false audit trail to disguise what he had done.

    Subramoney was made subject to an order pursuant to section 43(2) of the Solicitors Act 1974 (as amended), was given a written rebuke and ordered to pay costs of £600.

    The order sets six conditions on Subramoney’s employment in the sector, including that no solicitor shall employ or remunerate Subramoney in connection with his/her practice as a solicitor and that no recognised body shall employ or remunerate him.

    The order is subject to a statutory right of review to the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal.