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Tim Ward QC in the Icesave case at the EFTA Court

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Tim Ward QC in London has been selected to act on behalf of Iceland in the pending Icesave case at the EFTA Court. He will work with an Icelandic team, under the auspice of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Ward has a tough case ahead of him, also in explaining to his Icelandic colleagues, and later to the nation, the course and nature of this case. Objectively seen, ESA has a strong case and Iceland’s possibilities of winning the case seem limited. Remains to be seen.

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Written by Sigrún Davídsdóttir

January 11th, 2012 at 10:06 am

Posted in Iceland

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  1. A brand new silk. Well, we’ll see. ESA, on the other hand, should remember what I’ve had to tell clients for over a quarter-century now: Just because you have a judgment doesn’t mean you can collect on it.

    Knute Rife

    17 Jan 12 at 11:59 pm

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