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In October 2008 Legal Week carried a story about a property deal by Halliwells that generated a substantial pay-out for the firm’s equity partners. It seemed an unusual little story, but scarcely one of dramatic interest. In hindsight it was probably the single event that most directly led the high-profile Manchester firm to last week file a notice of its intention to appoint an administrator, effectively signalling a sale of its assets.

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