PARIS — Like the war in Iraq, the $100 million lawsuit LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton launched last November against Morgan Stanley will probably take longer than many people originally thought.

Lawyers from the two sides are set to meet today to wrangle over questions first confronted at a court hearing last month. Investment firm Morgan Stanley, accused of bias in its equity research on LVMH and luxury rival Gucci Group, wants the court to compel LVMH to confirm that it’s not sheltering new evidence.

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