Halliwells partners set for mediation with administrators over £21m claim
The Halliwells partners facing a £21m High Court claim by the firm's administrators are set to enter mediation in an effort to avoid a lengthy court battle. BDO launched the claim in July against a group of 32 ex-partners - including former chairman Ian Austin - in a bid to reclaim more than £21m gained through a controversial 'reverse premium' property payout.
The Halliwells partners facing a £21m High Court claim by the firm’s administrators are set to enter mediation in an effort to avoid a lengthy court battle.
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