Lawyers keep hope alive

Stones, Mike
April 2002
Farmers Weekly;4/19/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 16, p18
Trade Publication
Reports that the law firms Clarke Willmott Clarke and Richard Lissack QC are to appeal the judicial review verdict that the British government was right not to hold a public inquiry into foot-and-mouth disease. Estimated amount that have helped to fund a legal bid to seek permission for an appeal at the High Court in London, England; Estimated cost of an appeal at the High Court.


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