DLA set to take legal action against Formula 1 team for unpaid fees
DLA Piper is taking legal action against Formula 1 team Hispania Racing for unpaid legal fees dating back to early 2009. Hispania, the first-ever Spanish F1 team, entered the competition this year following a deal that saw it taken over by Spanish financier Jose Ramon Carabante. The team, formerly known as Campos Meta, was founded by ex-F1 driver Adrian Campos and its current drivers include Bruno Senna, the nephew of former world champion Ayrton Senna.
DLA Piper is taking legal action against Formula 1 team Hispania Racing for unpaid legal fees dating back to early 2009.
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