If you search the web for Welsh law firm Collingbourne Hennah, visitors will be greeted with a holding page stating "This site is under construction...."
The reason being, as Roll on Friday, discovered is hilarious. It is simply lifted text from other law firm websites - including Slater and Gordon, Kingsley Napley and Irwin Mitchell - passing it off as it own.
However, the firm made such a hash of it that it forgot to take the name of one law firm out of the text it copied.
A school boy error and a complete failure of its web company to take the time to discover who or what the firm stands for.
Many of the mid-tier firms I have worked for would say that they wish to be like firm X or firm Y, but this takes that train of thought to quite a literal conclusion.
A law firm has plagiarised its competitors' marketing, but did such a terrible job that it accidentally left in another firm's name. Newport-based Collingbourne Hennah cribbed from at least four other firms to assemble its website. The introduction of its section on criminal law bears an uncanny resemblance to Kingsley Napley's site.