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24 Okt 2005

Autor*in:
Jon Robins, The Lawyer [UK]

Michael Hausfield brings class actions to the UK

Michael Hausfeld...is the doyen of group litigation. His clients have included native Alaskans hit by the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill, Texaco workers in a record-breaking $176m...racial discrimination suit and victims of the Holocaust in their action against the Swiss banks...Hausfeld has set his sights well beyond Europe and the lawyer is heading a unique international network of likeminded lawyers...[claiming] this network includes representative firms in "the UK, France, Germany, Italy, South Africa, Korea, Columbia, Panama, Australia and Canada" - so far. [also refers to Merck, Anglo American, Barclays, IBM]

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