- Wednesday, 23 March 2016
Slater & Gordon failed to carry out good enough due diligence checks before buying Quindell’s professional services division this time last year, a partner at the UK’s first listed law firm has suggested. Andrew Evans, partner at Gateley, said S&G paid “far too much”.
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