ARB 'breached human rights'
riba's adviser on arbitration and expert witness Ian Salisbury has accused the arb of breaking new human rights laws in the way it carried out a conduct case into Ingrid Mary Morris last week. And he has challenged the riba to launch a legal action against the board - even though Morris was cleared of all four charges against her by the board's professional conduct committee. Despite proving her innocence, Morris still faces a bill for an estimated £20,000 excluding her own time ...
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