Richards J slates Herbert Smith's 'lackadaisical' approach to disclosure

Dowell, Katy
March 2012
Lawyer (Online Edition);3/14/2012, p8
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The article reports that Herbert Smith LLP has been accused by Great Britain's Justice Richards, for taking a 'lackadaisical' approach to a disclosure exercise in a lawsuit, wherein Irish businessman Paddy McKillen instructed the firm. Richards J's order implies that Herbert Smith's client was unable to disclose the attempts made by him to raise the equity to purchase the disputed shareholding.


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