Osborne Clarke puts 13 senior fee earners on redundancy consultation

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  • Beswick translated: we took on a number of junior staff to save costs, knowing that they'd never make Partner and hoping that they'd leave. Unfortunately, they don't have enough jobs to move to.

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  • That's it, round up the old ones and put them against the wall. You'd better dust off the standard form compromise agreement, chaps.

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  • Curious how firms always decide that the way to save money is to off a load of senior associates rather than get rid of one or two partners who've been sat in the equity for years...

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  • and the Lawyer award for Law Firm of the Year goes to...

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  • Osborne Clarke seems to be on the partner hire merry-go-round. Blinded by new hires and their ability to make the firm a real City player, They should take the time to invest in their own workforce and help them succeed rather than constantly looking to buy their way out of Bristol.

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  • I wonder how many fat old men are there in 'management roles' with no clients and no fee earning responsibilities?

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