Raft of firms win roles as mis-selling crisis hits Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds and RBS

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  • Companies make mass redundancies.

    People commit fraud.

    People avoid taxation through "loop holes".

    Our leading companies get off sold to private equity parasites or to foreign buyers.

    Our newspapers indulge in criminality.

    Never mind, it's all just more work for "wealth creating" City lawyers. They should be so *proud*.

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  • How are private equity parasites the same as foreign buyers?
    Go read the mail please...

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  • In terms of the high end "elite" litigation boutiques in London, it is well known that Cooke, Young & Keidan are acting for claimants in a number of substantial interest rate swap mis-selling cases - they have a page on their website about this. They are also acting for the first claimant to allege libor manipulation in the English Courts.

    This is the same firm that recently won a huge victory over RBS (represented by Herbert Smith and thereafter Linklaters after RBS fired Herbert Smith) in the RBS v. Highland litigation. The judgment there is remarkable - RBS was found by the Judge to have engaged in seriously improper misconduct over a lengthy period of time.

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  • Anonymous @29 June - you wouldn't happen to work for CYK would you?

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  • as discussed

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