Mills & Reeve sees marginal increases in turnover and PEP

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  • No "redundancies"?? Don't think that's quite accurate for a start!

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  • Guy might prefer to ignore the fact but Mills & Reeve fired eighteen solicitors in May 2009.
    Other firms may have had greater numbers of redundancies but I have not seen any of them attempt to deny that redundancies occurred.

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  • Isn't this an article about the June 2009-May 2010 financial year?
    If so, the firm made no one redundant in the past financial year and less than 18 (11 I think) in the previous financial year.
    Based on the last two posts, I thought solicitors were meant to show attention to detail?

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  • Just to set the record straight my comments to The Lawyer did indeed relate to our last financial year (09/10) during which there were no solicitor nor other fee earner redundancies at Mills & Reeve. Regrettably there was one redundancy that year in our finance team resulting from some reorganisation in that department. In our previous financial year (08/09) there were, unfortunately, 11 fee earner redundancies, of whom 9 were solicitors. There was also one redundancy in our Library department that year. We have always been open about this with the legal press and elsewhere.

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