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May 15, 2007

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Alex Novarese

As the editor of Legal Week, I’ll respond to the above. We checked with Andrew Sandler at Skadden after reading this blog and he indicated that our piece was accurate and that the firm had been correctly quoted. The claim that the piece is “overblown” is editorializing by the blogger and not, at least according to what the firm has since told us, the opinion of Skadden. We have also since spoken to the Skadden lawyer directly quoted, Paul Mitchard, and he has given no indication of being unhappy with the piece. As to Mr Sandler moving to Europe, our article makes no such claim so I have no idea what the reference to London real estate is about. Anyone who wants to check out what our article actually said or keep up to date with class action developments in Europe should go to www.legalweek.com.

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