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Steeles beats Farrers in Mosley orgy case

Norfolk-based firm Steeles Law has won Formula 1 chief Max Mosley £60,000 in damages after suing the News of the World for breach of privacy. Mosley took action against the Sunday newspaper after it secretly filmed him taking part in a sex orgy, which involved a portrayal of sadomasochism. During the five-day trial, 68-year-old Mosley […]

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New York firm Thacher Proffitt & Wood has won a leading role in relation to the collapse of US bank IndyMac, while ­Sullivan & Cromwell is advising US mortgage group Fannie Mae on its possible government bailout. Thacher Proffitt’s structured finance practice group chair Steve Kudenholdt is acting as legal counsel to the Federal Deposit […]

Turners and Ottaways set merger date

St Albans firms Turner & Debenhams and Ottaways will merge on 1 September to create a firm with a combined turnover of around £8m. The new firm will be called ­Debenhams Ottaway and will comprise 17 partners and 120 staff. The firm will move into Turners’ current offices.

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