Mishcon accused of seeking to 'financially cripple' murdered Maltese journalist 'with libel action'

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Daphne Caruana Galizia's sons criticise Mishcon in letter to writers campaign group PEN

Mishcon de Reya has been accused of having “threatened and harassed” as well as seeking to “financially cripple” murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, by her three sons.

Caruana Galizia’s sons Matthew, Andrew and Paul made the accusations about the firm in a letter sent to writers’ campaign group English PEN earlier this month, in response to the appointment of Mishcon’s deputy chairman Anthony Julius to the board of trustees at PEN.

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