Gold inquiry role raises questions over Herbert Smith client links
Ex-Herbert Smith senior partner David Gold's appointment to lead the inquiry into the 'cash for access' scandal is facing further scrutiny after details of his former firm's links to Conservative Party co-chair Lord Feldman emerged today (2 April). Feldman, who according to The Telegraph was responsible for hiring Tory former Party treasurer Peter Cruddas, has used Herbert Smith as his go-to law firm for many years.
Ex-Herbert Smith senior partner David Gold’s appointment to lead the inquiry into the ‘cash for access’ scandal is facing further scrutiny after details of his former firm’s links to Conservative Party co-chair Lord Feldman emerged today (2 April).
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