After the Addleshaws blunderstorm

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  • All firms go through difficult periods. At AG business is brisk, morale is high and prospects are good. The strategy is be a go-to top tier practice doing premium work. Give it time.

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  • Morale high? Really? Really?!

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  • Probably depends which office you are in. Morale not great in Manchester.

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  • A lot of CV's on the market - so much for high morale

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  • Morale is far from high. The London office is experiencing a mass exodus.

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  • AG is a great firm with great people and great clients. As a retired partner it is sad to read some of the comments. They seem to say more about those who make them. All firms have a bad news story from time to time but I do not understand why it should be advertised. Take a tip from the old Liverpool FC boot room and keep things in-house We do not hear about Slaughter & May advertising every internal election. Concentrate more on all the good news if you must advertise.

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  • Ian, when you were a partner you probably enjoyed the good times (pre 2009) and so (probably) have a disproportionately rose tinted view of the world. Sadly AG is now a zombie firm.

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