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Denton Wilde Sapte has completed a second redundancy consultation, with 27 members of staff leaving the firm. Dentons launched a review of 29 jobs in October last year, with both London and Milton Keynes offices targeted.
As a result three people lost their jobs in Milton Keynes, while the remaining 24 were based in London (13 October 2009).
The jobs were across non-fee earning functions including support and secretarial roles.
This comes after the firm laid off 76 people earlier in 2009 across the same offices, in which a total of 37 fee-earners lost their jobs with the remainder of the redundancies affecting the secretarial, IT, telecoms and library departments (17 March 2009).