DLA Piper moots office closures as practice review kicks off

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  • Is Tony reviewing himself to see if he is adding value or is he an unjustified expense.
    Or is it a case of all animlas are equal but some animals are more equal than others.
    In the case of the high billing Leeds Office if they are being treated as local labour no doubt they will have a choice and may even relish the opportunity !

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  • Given the arrogant and careless way in which the firm has grown, those of us sitting on the sides can't help but laugh

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  • As others have said - Leeds and Manchester will be fine - it's their smaller, poorer relations down the M62 and M1 in Liverpool and Sheffield which should be more worried.

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  • To: Anon 2.43pm, 12 June,
    In terms of growth, DLA Piper is the most successful law firm of the last 20 years. This kind of strategic overhaul arises as a result of their success.
    Those of you sitting on the sides, didn't make as clever choices as those within DLA Piper.

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  • The partners of DLA Piper just need to understand before approving anything that while they may avoid the chainsaw this time, Leatherface will be back for sequels.

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