Irish-American law firm to defend makers of Borat

An Irish-American law firm retained as production counsel for hit movie Borat is expected to defend the film’s makers against a $30 million legal suit filed by two Romanian villagers.

2nd December, 2006

An Irish-American law firm retained as production counsel for hit movie Borat is expected to defend the film’s makers against a $30 million legal suit filed by two Romanian villagers.

They claim they were lured into appearing in the film under false pretences.

The Manhattan firm of Smith Dornan Dehn came to prominence when it was retained by Sean McPhilemy, the author of The Committee, a contentious book about loyalist violence in the North...

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