Taylor Hampton’s Mark Lewis is set to file a U.S. class action against News Corp. relating to allegations of phone-hacking and police bribery by News of the World staff.

Lewis — who represents a number of phone-hacking victims such as the family of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler — has instructed New York civil liberties lawyer Norman Siegel to assist him on the action.

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