Ethics & Standards
- Ethics and professional standards policy
- Anti-Corruption statement
- Data Privacy
- Anti-money laundering policies and procedures
- Human rights
- Complaints procedure
- Professional indemnity insurance
- Copyright and Links
Moss Fallon Solicitors Limited is a company incorporated in England and Wales (No. 7498781), authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (No. 556096) and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The SRA's Rules can be found in its Code of Conduct, which can be accessed at http://www.sra.org.uk/solicitors/handbook/code.
Moss Fallon is entered on the Financial Services Register and its Register number is 650466. The Financial Services Register can be accessed at www.fca.org.uk/register.
The registered office is Carters Court, North Farm, Aldbourne, Wiltshire SN8 2JZ
The Directors of Moss Fallon Solicitors Limited are Justin Moss and Harriet Fallon. We use the word "partner" to refer to a director, or a consultant or employee who is a lawyer of equivalent experience and qualifications. A list of those persons designated partners is available at the above address.
Moss Fallon is committed to the highest ethical and professional standards. These apply to all our people, regardless of role, and to all our offices. Moss Fallon people are required to act professionally and in compliance with relevant laws, regulations and Codes of Practice.
These ethical and professional standards include:
- acting with integrity, professionalism and fairness
- acting in the best interests of each client, including providing a proper standard of service to our clients
- upholding the rule of law and the proper administration of justice
- behaving in a way that maintains the trust the public has in the provision of legal services
- maintaining our independence
The Firm has internal policies intended to help its people comply with these standards and with relevant laws and regulations.
Moss Fallon has a zero tolerance policy towards bribery and corruption. We are committed to:
- conducting business in a manner that complies with applicable laws and is consistent with the highest ethical standards including, among other things, standards intended to prevent bribery and corruption, and
- using our best endeavours to ensure that those who perform services for and on behalf of Moss Fallon – including employees, contractors, counsel and agents – are aware of and share our commitment to conducting business ethically.
The Firm is subject to the UK Bribery Act 2010 in respect of its activities and has adopted an Anti-Corruption Policy, which has been endorsed by its senior management. The policy is based on an assessment by Moss Fallon of the external and internal bribery risks that face us, and reflects fundamental standards that Moss Fallon expects those who perform services for us and on our behalf to abide by when acting on our behalf.
Moss Fallon will not use third parties or intermediaries to engage on its behalf in unethical practices that would be prohibited under any applicable laws if undertaken by Moss Fallon. Moss Fallon expects that all third parties and intermediaries that it engages will conduct themselves accordingly when acting on behalf or for the benefit of Moss Fallon. Moss Fallon is committed to transparency in its ethical standards and anti-bribery initiatives and has established procedures that are described in our Anti-Corruption Policy to encourage employees to report instances or allegations of policy violations.
For more detailed information about our policies and procedures, please contact us.
Our anti-money laundering (AML) policies are generally based on the highest standards that are required by United Kingdom legislation. The Firm conducts client due diligence enquiries on each new client and conducts ongoing monitoring of existing clients. Where individuals have supplied personal data for this purpose we will only use it for that purpose and will keep it only as long as the relevant AML and data protection legislation requires.
The Firm also has internal procedures to ensure that any suspicions of money laundering are reported to the appropriate authorities where there is an obligation to do so. Lawyers and other relevant staff are provided with training on these issues.
The UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights which were unanimously endorsed by the Human Rights Council in 2011 state that all business enterprises have a responsibility to respect human rights. As a firm we support and respect internationally recognised human rights.
Moss Fallon is committed to providing its clients with legal advice of the highest quality. Any client who is unhappy about the advice and assistance that it receives from the Firm, including any concerns about a bill, is entitled to complain. A copy of the Firm's complaints procedure can be obtained from the Firm’s Managing Director Justin Moss or from Harriet Fallon.
Moss Fallon has professional indemnity insurance. Further details can be obtained from Harriet Fallon.
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The information, materials and opinions contained on this website are for general information purposes only, are not intended to constitute legal or other professional advice, and should not be relied on or treated as a substitute for specific advice relevant to particular circumstances. Moss Fallon Solicitors Limited accepts no responsibility for any loss which may arise from reliance on information or materials published on this website. If you wish to find out more about the information in the materials published, please contact a Moss Fallon partner.
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