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Bar the odd crate lying around, Lewis Silkin's recent move into Denton Wilde Sapte's (DWS) old offices on Chancery Lane apparently went pretty well.
The new occupants managed to save a bundle on fit-out, thanks to DWS having done this in the not-too-distant past. And Tulkinghorn has learnt that Lewis Silkin is saving even more thanks to the happy coincidence of both firms sharing the same corporate colour.
DWS's trademark orange dots are still very much in evidence in reception, which to the untutored eye match Lewis Silkin's orange rather nicely. Although the firm itself maintains that the colour is not orange. It's "burnt sienna". More like 'burnt bullshit', Tulkinghorn thinks.