Hill Dickinson’s cash call, revealed on TheLawyer.com, follows a year of change at the firm. It has invested in new offices and teams, but at the same time has been cutting staff and divesting itself of offices. The cash call, designed to stabilise the balance sheet, comes alongside a restructure of the firm’s lockstep.
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