Bonelli Erede partner found guilty in Parmalat case

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  • Holy moly - how will Slaughters explain that one to clients the next time a client asks: 'Which firm do you work with in Italy? Not that one I read about, is it?'
    Would this have happened if Slaughters had merged with Bonelli and made a single firm as its global rivals have done abroad? Probably not. There's a price that comes with being 'just best friends' - no oversight at all and no power to infuence what the friend does - such as taking seats on boards.

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  • Parmalat bankruptcy was the biggest ever in Europe. Judges were right to inflict such heavy sentences (among other, 18 years to Parmalat's founder). As far as Mr. Erede's position, I guess that he will be found innocent in appeal. I cannot believe that such a lawyer (one of the best corporate lawyer in Italy) did act so heartlightly during Parmalat board meeting. In any case, even if he will be confirmed guilty eventually I do doubt his weight in the Italian legal marked be adversaly affect as well as the best friendship relationship between Slaughter and BEP.

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  • What a scandal!!! Erede is clearly innocent and the killers wanting the scapegoat to be killed are winning again

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