By Tom Winnifrith | Wednesday 20 May 2020
Oh dear, oh dear, ShareSoc is determined to make itself look ever more ridiculous. Not by defending its accounts being cobbled together by a former board member’s son, an undeclared related party transaction in the years when he was on the board, but over the Burford v LSE case where the judge openly laughed at and ridiculed Sharesoc’s intervention on behalf of Burford.
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