Field Fisher and Osborne Clarke abandon talks over £200m merger

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  • Dead-in-the-Waterhouse

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  • FFW has a reputation in certain quarters as having a toxic culture. Being repeatedly jilted at the altar will surely not help its rep. Also, many people must remember Mark Abel's performance on the Today Programme.

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  • Should we expect an exodus from those bringing in the money there now? Being jilted twice must lead to questions.

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  • @Anonymous 15 Nov 9.53am

    I see from Google that a band called Saving Abel played at the Hard Rock in Mumbai in 2010. What was that all about?! His performance on Today still ranks as one of the most remarkably inappropriate efforts at self-promotion ever.

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  • Lucky escape for OC. I had a similar lucky escape from FFW a few years ago. I now have better pay, better work and better hours.

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  • FFW are a laughing stock. The partners at FFW got too big for their boots a number of years ago. They need to be brought down a peg or two. I am not surprised by any of this.

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  • There are far too many partners at FFW that simply need to go. They are only interested in protecting their own position at the expense of everything else. That really doesn't lend itself to a profitable and growing firm - despite what Abel may tell the BBC, The Today Programme, himself, or his loyal friend Chiswick. I'd start with the Real Estate Partners!

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