EXCLUSIVE: Gibson Dunn Partner Submitted False Affidavits

Law360, New York (February 13, 2015, 6:51 PM EST) -- A Dubai-based Gibson Dunn partner faces potential disbarment for submitting affidavits containing false information to a U.K. court in a case involving the freezing of assets of a top businessman from the African nation of Djibouti, a source with knowledge of the matter told Law360 on Friday.

Peter Gray, the Gibson Dunn partner representing the government of Djibouti, has admitted in an affidavit to a British judge that he allowed incorrect dates to be presented to the court of several phone conversations that appeared to implicate the executive in a 2009 grenade attack, the source said.

Neither Gray nor Gibson Dunn...

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