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Barclays' legal panel shake-up shows the US elite law firms have got what the bank needs
On 25 June the New York Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman, filed a lawsuit against Barclays, alleging a "systematic pattern of fraud and deceit" within its so-called 'dark pool' trading operations.
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On 25 June the New York Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman, filed a lawsuit against Barclays, alleging a “systematic pattern of fraud and deceit” within its so-called ‘dark pool’ trading operations. A week later, the bank announced the results of its long-awaited global legal panel review, awarding 19 firms its newly coined ‘preferred’ status for a two-year period.
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