Berwin Leighton Leighton (BLP) jumped on the low-cost legal work bandwagon this week when it unveiled plans to open an office in Manchester. Managing partner Neville Eisenberg was at pains to stress that this was more than just your typical commodity offering, describing it as part of a four-pronged process mapping and outsourcing ...
Could the competition in today’s frantically consolidating legal market get any more intense? Well, yes, probably, though the spate of merger talks here and abroad including Wragges and Lawrence Graham, CMS ...
The ongoing saga around HMRC’s tax changes has continued gathering pace over the past few days. Several firms, including TLT and Trowers ...
DWF, already one of the most efficient firms in the UK 200 when it comes to billing, is taking out even more of the human element in its procedures. Rivals, look and learn
The slow-burn impact of HMRC’s looming changes to partnership tax are starting to be felt. Not yet in anyone’s pocket – you’ll have to wait until 6 April for that – but in the growing number of firms that have launched consultations with their salaried members.
Slaughter and May best friend Uría Menéndez has reported the strongest figures of all the big four Spanish firms, hitting a revenue rise of 2.9 per cent for 2013.
Weil Gotshal & Manges’ London office generated £73m last year, posting a 4.2 per cent growth for 2013.
Scandinavia’s biggest firm, Mannheimer Swartling, has recorded a decrease in revenue for the 2013 year following a sluggish corporate market in its home jurisdiction of Sweden.
Reed Smith has posted a 6 per cent increase in turnover for the 2013 financial year, with total revenue rising from $1.013bn to $1.075bn.
The London office of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan has posted a significant fall in revenue for the 2013 financial year, with total turnover dropping by almost a third from £27.5m to £19.8m.