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SFO Tchenguiz legal fees rise as disclosure exercise delays trial

The SFO is on course to rack up legal fees well in excess of £1.2m on a monumental disclosure exercise in the defence of a £200m damages claim brought by businessmen brothers Vincent and Robert Tchenguiz. A month ago court documents revealed that the disclosure exercise had cost £118,000 (11 June 2013). However this figure […]

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