'They’ve dug a big hole so someone has to go into that mess' - Carillion collapse set to keep lawyers busy for years
Partners from practice areas like restructuring, construction, banking, corporate and commercial to be drawn into Carillion insolvency
The collapse of construction and services giant Carillion is set to keep dozens of lawyers across practices ranging from restructuring, to litigation and employment busy for years to come, according to partners.
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