Reed Smith has ended its self-imposed ban on litigating against banks with the firm now reviewing financial disputes on a case-by-case basis.

The move, an apparent reaction to the expectations of a surge in bank-related litigation due to prolonged credit turmoil, is a shift for the firm, which called time on legacy U.K. firm Richards Butler’s practice of acting against banks after their 2007 merger.

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