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Clifford Chance has cut its practice group representation on its management committee from six to three in a comprehensive overhaul.
Freeths (formerly Freeth Cartwright) is targeting further mergers in a bid to become a £100m business after the integration of Oxford firm Henmans took turnover to £49.9m for the last financial year.
London set 39 Essex Street Chambers is to leave the comfort of the Inns of Court to take up residence in Chancery Lane after adding a 25-strong barrister team from 4 -5 Gray’s Inn Square in 2012.
Lawyer and partner numbers among Leeds’ ‘Big Six’ law firms - Addleshaw Goddard, DLA Piper, Eversheds, Pinsent Masons, Squire Patton Boggs and Walker Morris - have dropped in the past five years, The Lawyer can reveal.
Partner remuneration should contribute to a positive culture and transparent business practices, not be fixated on PEP
With 12 months to go before the Magna Carta’s 800th anniversary, Jonathan Black makes the case for justice.
HMRC’s plans to change the tax treatment for LLP members had a big impact on lawyers.