Linklaters faces £115m Credit Suisse claim over Parmalat advice

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  • Anonymous@15.02.11 7:49pm
    The Supreme Court refused permission to appeal as long ago as 19 October 2010 - have a look at the SC website.

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  • Back in those days Linklaters the work for Gianni would have appeared on a Linklaters bill, wouldn't it? Credit Suisse did not mandate Gianni, Linklaters did. Linklaters is liable. Maybe they'll want to go after Gianni. That would be fun.

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  • That’s bad news anyway.

    I hope that what we are seeing is not just the “starter” in respect of much bigger troubles waiting in the pipeline (namely for Linklaters):

    http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sectors/banking_and_finance/article7060424.ece

    It would be a nasty turn for the international legal market, not just for Linklaters.

    We already have to cope with the ongoing systemic financial crisis, and now this…

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  • My 2 cents...

    Are you writing from the past? From a year ago?

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  • What a shame. Simon Firth is such a nice guy too. Anyway, I cant spend all day chatting here, I'm off for afternoon tea with a Middle Eastern dictator.

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