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Italian lawyer Alessandro Vaselli has been recruited by Birmingham firm Wragge & Co to work in the banking litigation team for its Italian clients. He was previously in-house with the London branch of Italian Bank, Banca Nazionale del Lavoro. Vaselli is one of five Italian lawyers working at Wragge & Co. The firm’s European nationals […]

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