...a partner. Kaye Scholer managing partner Michael Solow downplayed the losses. "Grace Pan has a niche IP practice primarily centered around Japanese...
...seek damages related to 25,000 additional contested claims. Those claimants allege losses of more than $650 million. HSBC planned to appeal. ...
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...reported loss of nearly $800 million on that deal...
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