January 2005
Lawyer;1/10/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p76
Trade Publication
Presents several rumors on the law firms in the U.S. Success of Slaughters Co.and recommendation by Morgan Stanley, adviser of Euronext Liffe Co. on its battle for the London Stock Exchange on the latter's clients to use Slaughters as its lead legal adviser on the deal; Verdict of the Bar Council to Clementi; Big grapple of Clifford Chance's Pete Cornell to New York.


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