A&O's top-earning partner pocketed £2.3m last year

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  • I think its Andrew Bamber who recently moved to Berwing Leighton. I could be wrong however.

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  • It surely can only be Cunningham! What must the other A&O partners think about it?

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  • And they would have got away with it too if it wasn't for that pesky Lawyer.

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  • "I think its Andrew Bamber who recently moved to Berwing Leighton. I could be wrong however."

    How much would that have set back BLP then?

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  • My information is that it is NOT Cunningham. Look again!

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  • Does anyone have a list of the partners who left A&O London in the past year?

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  • I have heard whisperings that it might be a certain Alan Rae Smith!

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  • So many people are clearly excited about this story - but money is one thing, the law is another.

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  • It is common practice that partners asked to leave a firm are paid some form of additional compensation (usually 6-12 months of their annual profit share) which means a departing plateau partner may get around twice as much as plateau partner who remained at the firm. As the accounts only require details of the highest paid partner, it could be that several departing plateau partners got this amount or very near to it, rather than just one.

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  • All the money in the world could not buy manners for Alan Rae Smith.

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