US Lehman lawsuits gather international momentum


International investors are contacting US lawyers for help on losses arising from Lehman Brothers-backed principal-protected notes, according to Florida-based law firm Vernon Healy.

The firm has seen a sudden increase in complaints recently, one year after the collapse of the US investment bank, and US-based lawyers have received requests from investors in Russia, central and South America, Germany and Asia for assistance in action over the sale of principal-protected Lehman notes by both UBS

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