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Fans of James Bond-style international intrigue and espionage will be disappointed with Mr Justice Michael Green.

Sitting in the business and property division of the High Court in London, the judge has effectively written the last chapter — at least in the UK — of an eight-year saga involving allegations of computer hacking by a Gulf emirate, corporate theft and misbehaviour by City lawyers.

Miriam González Durántez, the City lawyer and wife of Nick Clegg (whom those with longish memories will recall once led the Liberal Democrats and was deputy prime minister in the 2010 coalition government), was a member in 2017 of the London management team of Dechert, a US firm that is in part at the heart of this tale. To be fair,


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