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Old 01.05.2009, 13:42
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lawyer needed to sue credit suisse

does anyone have any lawyers they can recommend? we urgently need help to battle with our bank, whose mistakes are otherwise going to cost us a fair whack.
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Old 01.05.2009, 16:36
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Re: lawyer needed to sue credit suisse

Sorry I can recommend anyone, but I would suggest that you take it up with your accountant - he may know some people at that bank who can sort things out for you and if not he should be able to recommend someone.

Good luck with that,

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Old 01.05.2009, 18:26
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Re: lawyer needed to sue credit suisse

have you tried these

http://www.bankingombudsman.ch/english/

We had an issue with CS and went to them and were very helpful, we did actually get all of funds back (after a share sale went very wrong) without using the Ombusman services but they were willing to help us.
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