Linklaters brolly scheme strikes gold as Coleen Rooney spreads firm's name

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  • Hope that student gets a bonus.

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  • perhaps they helped her husband draft his transfer request?

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  • Are Links. targeting WAGS? Not really their typical client profile!

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  • Half time substitution?

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2323389/Coleen-Rooney-Kai-pay-tribute-Sir-Alex-Ferguson-wearing-red-attend-final-Man-Utd-game.html?ito=feeds-newsxml

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  • PR coups don't come much better than that. Well done Links!

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  • Chav-tastic!

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  • What an absolutely ridiculous thing to do. Law clearly doesn't already have enough graduates of the appropriate calibre, huh? I have a funny feeling most law students know who Linklaters are.

    It ACTUALLY seems to be ambush marketing, a practice classically done by also-ran brands that aren't good enough to pony up the funds to be official sponsors. Welcome to the poor mans club Linkies!

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  • she has obviously been paid to advertise it why else would she do it money money

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  • Obviously paid to do it? What planet are you living in? Most people just want the nearest umbrella to them to keep themselves dry which, I expect, was the case here.

    Can't believe the news it is generating... Does anybody who formerly didn't know Linklaters actually talking about it? I expect not.

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  • Never mind what planet i am on, diden't you notice she had a different brolly as she was entering to watch the match ha ha?

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