Arab Spring clean for Trowers’ IT

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  • Loss of data is less problematic than loss of clients for Trowers.

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  • How come whenever Trowers' name appears in the Lawyer, there is someone who wants to bash them? Disgruntled former employee??

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  • It's all getting rather tedious, there are clearly some bitter ex-employees out there who can't seem to move on!

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  • Exactly. I do not work for Trowers and know little about them, but as a general point I do not know why The Lawyer allows this comment section as it debases the quality of the paper - it is full of spiteful balderdash from people that in general do not know what they are talking about.

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  • This is a good step in the right direction for Trowers and other firms like Norton Rose in Bahrain should look at this.

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  • Trowers has finally found something for its trainees to do - defend the firm lads

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