Mr Shiner was struck off the roll of solicitors after the string of misconduct and dishonesty charges against him were found proved.
The tribunal heard in December the lawyer accepted he would be struck off as a result of the case, thought to be one of the most expensive ever brought by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA).
In five charges he was found to have acted dishonestly, including agreeing to pay 'sweeteners' to a fixer, understood to be Mazin Younis, to persuade him to change his evidence in the £31 million Al-Sweady Inquiry.
Mr Shiner previously admitted nine allegations of acting without integrity, including that he made 'unsolicited direct approaches' to potential clients.
Ihat has brought thousands of allegations of abuse against British troops - although many have many have since been found to be nothing more than baseless smears (Pictured, a British troop patrols the Iraqi city of Basra)'Phil Shiner made soldiers' lives a misery by pursuing false claims of torture and murder - now he should apologise.
We will study any implications for outstanding legal claims closely.'Mr Shiner's firm, Public Interest Lawyers (PIL), took on clients for a public inquiry into alleged abuses, but then cut a 'lucrative' deal with Leigh Day, which pursued compensation claims.
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Did he truly not know that he was contagious even when he wasn't experiencing lesions?
And how much should a person be compensated for a disease, albeit incurable, that affects roughly 1 in 6 adults?
Reported cases were up 87 percent among those 55 and older in those counties.
In Central Florida, where The Villages and other retirement communities sprawl across several counties, reported cases of syphilis and chlamydia increased 71 percent among those 55 and older in that same period.