Camerons set to advise Gianni on Credit Suisse negligence claim
CMS Cameron McKenna has become the latest law firm to pick up an advisory role relating to the €136m (£120m) negligence claim against Linklaters by Credit Suisse. The City firm has been instructed to advise Italian independent Gianni Origoni Grippo & Partners, which faces a counter-claim by Linklaters stemming from advice the two firms gave on a bond deal with Italian food company Parmalat in 2001.
CMS Cameron McKenna has become the latest law firm to pick up an advisory role relating to the €136m (£120m) negligence claim against Linklaters by Credit Suisse.
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