Boies Schiller settles biggest case since London launch

The biggest mandate awarded to Boies Schiller Flexner since opening in London has resulted in a win for the firm, after it secured a settlement in the dispute over the £75m sale of Dockland Tower owned by Canary Wharf Group.

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