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Heavyweight One Essex Court silk Tony Grabiner QC has been appointed to lead the independent investigation into allegations of forex manipulation at the Bank of England (BoE).
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has appointed founding US litigation group partner Adam Siegel as its new US managing partner.
The Court of Appeal (CoA) has said a Guardian reporter should be able to see contentious secret letters written by Prince Charles to the Government, quashing an order by the Attorney General to avoid revealing them.
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- Travers Smith appointed to review BoE forex fixing claims
- BLP launches Manchester hub as it shakes up client service
- One Essex Court's Grabiner and Mishcon bring Guy Hands EMI case to UK
- Former Slaughter and May real estate partner joins Candy & Candy
- BLP reshapes finance team with new divisional heads
- Dentons unveils restructure in wake of Salans and Fraser Milner Casgrain merger
- In-house interview: RSC – Order of play
- 39 Essex Street silk wins frozen sperm legal battle
- Nabarro's French best friend August & Debouzy quits alliance
- BBC to offer legal service apprenticeships
- BLP finance: Is Dann the man to heal the exit wounds?
- Barclays ready for battle over Dewey debts
- Former ABN Amro lawyer sues bank for racial discrimination
- The first thing we do, let's hire all the lawyers: RSC launches inaugural panel
- High Court to decide if Barclays colluded with Dewey over capital loans
- Blackstone Chambers picks up third silk in a year with Brick Court's Maclean