PARIS — In the face of a $100 million bias suit launched by LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, does Morgan Stanley want more evidence from the luxury group, or less?
That was the incredulous stance of counsel for LVMH Tuesday as it faced off against lawyers for the investment bank in the private chambers of magistrate Jean-Pierre Eck at Paris Commercial Court. As reported, Eck has been asked to rule on two Morgan Stanley demands: that the court compel LVMH to confirm that it’s not sheltering evidence, and that LVMH pinpoint exactly what’s germane to its case among 1,900 pages of documents on a CD-ROM it filed as evidence.
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