Gowling WLG fends off £132m claim against the Candy Brothers

Gowling WLG and Brick Court have defeated a £132m claim in the High Court for property tycoon brothers Christian and Nicholas Candy, brought by a London entrepreneur over a real estate gone awry.

 

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