Mayer Brown client UBS falls at final hurdle in Supreme Court dispute

Mayer Brown financial services client UBS has seen its final appeal fail in the Supreme Court, bringing to an end a long-running dispute with German water company Kommunale Wasserwerke Leipzig (KWL).

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