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Virgin drops Cameron McKenna in panel restructure

The Virgin Group has overhauled the way it works with external firms and as a result CMS Cameron McKenna has been dropped from its legal panel.

21 May 2001

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The Virgin Group has overhauled
the way it works with external firms and as a result CMS Cameron McKenna has
been dropped from its legal panel.

The
group has set up a mandatory legal panel of eleven firms that must be used by
all the member companies. Under the old regime, each company was allowed to
choose its own lawyers, with a central panel in place for group work. The 11
firms that will undertake all of the group’s work include four members of the
existing central panel – Allen & Overy (A&O), Bond Pearce, Harbottle
& Lewis and Macfarlanes.

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