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Posted by Nathan Talbott on 14 July 2020

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Nathan is head of our tax and commercial litigation teams, dealing with a wide range of commercial and contractual disputes.

Nathan Talbott

Nathan is head of our tax and commercial litigation teams, dealing with a wide range of commercial and contractual disputes.

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