Litigation expected to increase next year


LONDON - "Everyone just wants to make sure they are not going to fall to pieces, but regulators will be starting to look at who's to blame and litigation will flow through," warns Chris Warren-Smith, partner and head of international financial services disputes at Fulbright & Jaworski in London, who conducted the 2008 Litigation Trends Survey.

Half of all UK financial services firms surveyed confirmed they expect to see an increase in disputes. However, the survey was carried out at the end of

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