New society gets 'em while they're Fresh
The Diary Reports
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer was in the headlines and under the cosh last week, with two of its most famous names – UK corporate chief Tim Jones and former head of corporate Barry O’Brien – incurring the wrath of the ever-vigilant Law Society for their part in the Marks & Spencer conflicts furore, just years after it all actually happened (or didn’t happen, depending on your point of view).
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