Darkness at noon
The human cost of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Centre has been unbearable. Now law firms that were caught up in the maelstrom are fighting back in the only way they can - by going back to work. Richard Tromans reports
“The heart of the city has been ripped out.” This was Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy partner John Dewar’s immediate reaction to the terrorist attack on the World Trade Centre (WTC). It is not an exaggeration.
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