BI Case Notes: A who’s who of the FCA’s business interruption test case

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Colin Edelman QC 

Year of Call: 1977 Silk: 1995

Devereux Chambers 

Represents: Financial Conduct Authority 

Instructed by: Herbert Smith Freehills

“Masterful at

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