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Questions Raised About Potential Conflict of Interest in Law Firm that Found no Hacking at News of the World Tabloid
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The article poses and brings up legitimate questions of conflict of interest about the law firm of Harbottle & Lewis in regards to the hacking scandal in Great Britain. It brings to light the the conflict of representing both Prince William and Prince Harry phone tapping case, at the same time they were hired to look into the phone hacking involvement within News of the World. Harbottle & Lewis released a statement that does little to clear up what appears to be a direct conflict of interest.

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