Why ‘Fessing Up’ Trumps Defeat in the Trenches: The Need to Present Convincing Mitigation in Building Misconduct


For misconduct matters involving private certifiers or other building practitioners, getting a plea in mitigation right is about getting all the key ingredients together the first time. This is not necessarily about ‘waving the white flag’, as Justin Cotton (Partner and head of practitioner advocacy) writes in today’s article.

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