Bond Pearce picks up Maclays quartet ahead of Dickinson Dees tie-up

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  • Bond Pearce is bringing rather more to the table than Dickinson Dees.

    I hope that is remembered when it comes to the inevitable slimming down partnership and efficiency savings across offices.

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  • "already... taking steps to add to the high quality service we offer in Aberdeen, to the benefit of our clients in the North East"

    I live in the North East and can confirm that we are holding street parties to celebrate this news.

    What can be more exciting for the people of the North East than finding out that 4 lawyers are moving firms in Aberdeen.

    This firm comes across as desperate for publicity.

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  • My view of Kerry Katona is rather negative because I got bored with being bombarded by information about her. I also found it a bit tiring that she spoke about her achievements in such an exaggerated manner.

    Bond Dickinson, well done for securing these new staff. However please learn from Kerry Katona.

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  • Well done Victor Tettmar and Luke Gabb of Bond Pearce. This is your success. Don't let the noisy neighbours take the credit.

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  • "Comical" Chris added that, no matter what others may say, the world is flat, Santa Claus is real and there really were no US tanks in Baghdad.
    Sad to see a once respectable and respected Scottish havyweight in seemingly unarrestable decline. Credible new leadership urgently required if the rapidly deteriorating patient is to stand any chance of survival.

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  • Agree with last comment about Chris. Time to move over. Great firm being ruined by rubbish management whose only communication with staff is emails rants about one thing or another. I now hate working at maclays.

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  • Wow! This is fantastic news. This new firm is really going places.

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  • MMS will soon be eclipsed and forgotten about. Miserable place to work. Unhappy staff at all levels. Poor leadership who can't even ask how their staff are in the kitchen. Why do such people get to these positions? I despair.

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  • I am an Assistant at Maclays and really enjoy working at the firm. The management team has improved in recent years with an intelligent and inspiring new CEO. I can only assume that those who say otherwise do not know Chris. 2013 is going to be a great year for Maclays and I am very pleased to be part of such an excellent firm.

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  • Is the last post a belated but rather welcome contribution from the Maclays' marketing department?

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