Ashurst adds Tokyo partner with SNR Denton hire

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  • SNR Denton is falling apart and watch out for more partners and associates leaving. Keep an eye out on the Middle East. Even in the Middle East they have lost so many lawyers. Doha office is the best case in point.

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  • @Anonymous 11.05am
    No idea where you're getting your information from. SNR Denton have just recruited new partners into both Moscow and Dubai from Links and Herbert Smith - hardly the signs of a firm thats about to be falling apart.

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  • SNR Denton is not falling apart.
    More simply, when a really valuable asset is scouted, he has to be offered considerable advantages to leave a partner position.
    And the old firm cannot, and should not, match the new offers...
    If firms did try to match them, to retain assets, then human resources costs would go skyrocketing.
    Besides, this guy is well know and, apparently, he really is as good as they say.
    End of story.

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