Nabarro's Johnston stepping down early from senior partner role

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  • Pushed by some Sheffield steel?

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  • A decent bloke but should never have been allowed to go for a third term, it's actually quite a sad end to his tenure when it really did not need to work out like this....but he knew that too. They've lost 4 years to those firms they used to rival and it's ground that they just won't make up. No doubt a real estate replacement is in the wings - a partnership still too stuffed with parochial elders

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  • The previous comment about parochial elders is an interesting one. Given the relative failure of Nabs since the top of the market you would have expected the men (and women) in grey suits to have come knocking a good deal sooner than this. I wonder what was holding them back?

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  • I worked closely with Simon for a couple of years and always felt that he was far too smart for the business. The problem with Nabarro is that there is an unambitious, narrow-minded, self-serving culture amongst many of the partners. Give or take the odd one or two, I would suggest that the dream team of Simon J and Nicky P was always too good for a firm that has seen its best years.

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