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US firm bosses in spat over billing

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This month the Commercial Court Users Committee adopted, for a trial period, recommendations from a working party set up in 2007. Practice area: Commercial & Chancery This month the Commercial Court Users Committee adopted, for a trial period, recommendations from a working party set up in 2007. The changes intend to sharpen the court process, […]

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