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When the bank should compensate due to lack of information

19/08/2010

Following the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy, many investors lost their money and are now seeking to recover at least part of this loss from those who commercialised the products. Comment on the decision of First Instance Court nº 87 of Madrid, 2 March 2010. Article by Inés Alonso-Allende published in Legal Today, 19 August.

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