Olswang and Linklaters criticised by MPs for 'cursory checks' on BHS sale
MPs lay the blame for the collapse of the high street stalwart squarely at the feet of Sir Philip Green
Olswang and Linklaters have been criticised for the “cursory nature” of their checks into Dominic Chappell, the director of Retail Acquisitions Limited (RAL), which took over BHS last year prior to its collapse. In the Parliamentary Select Committee report into the collapse of the retailer, the firms were criticised for the checks they carried out into Chappell, a bankrupt with no retail background.
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