from the PRESS COMPLAINTS COMMISSION
and the Guardian's
Received 12/05/2011 16:54
Dear Mr Gray
write further to my email of 9 May.
The Commission has now received a response to your complaint
from the Guardian newspaper, a copy of which is attached.
As you will see, the newspaper has explained that the article contained
the correct link (although it wrongly named the website as .com domain,
rather than .co.uk). The error has since been rectified and, in addition
to amending the online article (http://www.theguardian.com/law/2011/mar/25/solicitors-from-hell-rick-kordowski),
the newspaper has added a line of clarification to the end of the piece
"This article was amended on 9 May. The original mistakenly referred
to the website solicitorsfromhell.com".
The primary aim of the Commission is the resolution of complaints wherever
possible. Do let me know whether the action taken by the Guardian represents
an acceptable means of resolving your concerns.
An added benefit of resolving the matter is that a summary of your complaint
- with your consent and a wording agreed by you - will be published
on our website. This will act, importantly, as a further public record
of your concerns and the subsequent remedial action taken by the newspaper.
In any case, before a decision can be made as to how this matter might
be taken forward, I should be grateful to receive any further comments
you may wish to make within seven days, or sooner, if convenient. Please
do not hesitate to contact me if I can be of any assistance to you.
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Press Complaints Commission
London EC1N 2JD
Tel: 020 7831 0022