Halliwells: Litigation looms as former partners prepare for action

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  • We should see some dirty linen getting a very public washing!

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  • There ain't no detergent capable of properly washing out this particular lot of dirty linen!

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  • I think the article should clarify who made the representations. It is members of the board and certain department heads who will get sued as a result of the representations which they made.

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  • I cannot believe Salford are keeping this guy around.

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  • What took them so long? Forced to put money in when the firm was in dire straits, the tax reserve account where their tax was kept either didn't exist or it did exist and the Board sanctioned spending the money retained to pay the FSM's tax.
    There ought to be some very concerned equity partners!

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  • In reply to Only a matter of time 1 Oct @ 8.19, if we are to follow that line of thinking (i.e that it was only members of the board who are to blame), then why haven't those former equity partners, who claim they didn't know the full extent of what was going on, taken action against the board members? You would think there's a certain logic to this...... if that was indeed the truth!

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  • I expect most of the extra was spent buying the rights to the wholly rubbish poetry at the entrance to each floor - a dog barks in the bookish dark etc etc. Rhubarb.

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  • they have pickled their brains

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