When you're being funded to pursue litigation, it's not difficult to double down and appeal after a stinging loss.
For Hall Chadwick partner Blair Pleash, trying to cajole a ceasefire from the bowels of defeat has meant being bitten twice in a month after the Federal Court of Appeal last week dismissed his bid to overturn a ruling rejecting his case against the directors and former directors . . .
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