Lovells partners in line for post-merger windfall

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  • Surely nobody will vote against this? Looks like a pretty well considered deal....

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  • there'll be some opposition from the lazier partners who've done well out of modified lockstep and don't want to lose out. but i think they're (now) a smallish minority.

    tell you want: bet harald seisler wishes he hadn't stormed out now.

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  • Hogan. Will. Eat. Lovells. Alive. End of.

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  • Harald didn't storm out, he was kicked out by Young and Harris for standing up to London and trying to kick the lazy London based partners up the back side.

    The merger is good as Hogan seems to be a much better managed outfit.

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  • Hogan are gonna be a breath of fresh air to the old farts at Lovells!

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  • Don't bet against the culture of mediocrity at Lovells being able to wreck the deal - the thought of having to work for one's crust will scare a lot of the partners. I doubt that there will be many partners who will merit windfalls - the hard workers have largely left already.

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  • There are plenty of hard workers still left at Lovells- It's the rainmakers who have gone!

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  • "Culture of mediocrity". Lovells? Surely not.

    [Wry smile.]

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  • In relation to the comment above:

    If. Hogan. Eats. Lovells. Alive.

    It. Will. End. Up. With. A. Severe. Case. Of. Flatulence.

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  • tsk tsk tsk hogan..... of all City firms, Lovells?

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