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Fee income at Pannone has risen eight per cent in the first six months of the 2008-09 financial year compared with the same period last year.
The firm brought in £27m in the first half, having attracted £25m during the first six months of 2007-08.
Total income, which includes interest accrued, grew by six per cent from £25.9m to £27.4m.
The strongest performance was in the regulatory and clinical negligence departments, which both recorded double digit growth.
However, corporate and property have both experienced negative growth.
North-west firm DWF recently posted an increase in revenue at the half year stage of 12.5 per cent (TheLawyer.com, 11 November 2008).
Anonymous | 14-Nov-2008 2:13 pm
Negative GrowthNot sure this phrase is in my dictionary!It is intersting to contrast Pannone and DWF's half-year reporting with the doom and gloom elsewhere in the north-west (cf. Halliwells, Cobbetts, Eversheds).Anybody care to suggest an underlying reason for this?
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