No5 barrister Paul Marshall co-authors CHBA response to paper on transparency and trust
Paul Marshall from No5 Chambers has co-authored the Chancery Bar Association’s (CHBA’s) response to the Department for Business Innovation & Skills’ (BIS’s) discussion paper on transparency and trust.
Marshall was one of two authors of the body’s official response to the paper, which focused on the proposed reform to companies legislation.
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