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Herbies FSR chief quits for Linklaters

Herbert Smith’s financial services regulatory (FSR) chief Martyn Hopper is understood to have resigned from the firm and is set to join rival Linklaters. Hopper is understood to be joining the magic circle firm’s London office as a partner at an unconfirmed date. Herbert Smith, which is understood to have announced Hopper’s resignation internally, declined […]

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