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The deal follows a strategic tie-up between the companies in 2007 which broadened ATE's penetration into the after-the-event legal expenses market. This also gave ATE access to underwriting for its general litigation and personal injury after-the-event schemes Litigation Plus and Personal Injury Plus
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