DWF Fieldfisher Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer Linklaters Mills & Reeve RPC Revenues move upward across UK top 50 despite gloomy predictions By Katy Dowell 5 July 2013 00:05 17 December 2015 12:15 Sign in or register to continue reading. It's FREE Sign in Email Password Keep me logged in Forgot your password? Not registered? It's FREE! Register now Register with The Lawyer Anonymous 5 July 2013 at 06:05 Do merged firms produce this data? Interesting to know how Bond Pearce and Dickinson Dees each did in their final year. Reply Link Anonymous 5 July 2013 at 11:10 Please can the Bond Pearce/ Dickinson PR team give it a rest? The amount of hot-air spouted on legal forums regarding this firm is beggining to reek of the legacy firm Dickinson Dees’ approach to editing their own Wikipedia page in favourable and glowing terms, despite sharp evidence to the contrary. Even with their projected turnover being somewhere in the region of £100m, they would only scrape into the lower half of the table illustrated. But I suppose mentioning a sense of intrigue about under the article might give the impression that they are something more than they are; a mid-market firm which has merged to fight the hard economic climate. Albeit one with an exceptionally hard working media and press team… Reply Link Anonymous 5 July 2013 at 15:25 Oops! I posted that first comment. I didn’t mean to spark off some bigger discussion. I don’t work in anyone’s marketing team. I simply wondered whether the financial data shows that Bond Pearce were doing well or conversely in trouble when they merged. Same for Dickie Dees. That said, I’ve also noticed that they’ve removed Dickie Dees winning worst firm of the year from the DD wiki page. Reply Link Anonymous 5 July 2013 at 15:32 The legal market is undergoing a profound change. In particular the big old departments like commercial property are no longer paying for themselves. Reply Link Anonymous 7 July 2013 at 03:44 It’s reported that top 25 UK firms source more than 40 per cent of fee income from their international operations. Have the merged Bond Pearce and Dickinson Dee thought about expanding to oversea — perhaps to Asia or Middle East? Meanwhile their site is far from easy to get information; a little makeover would be a great help, especially listing more than one word under Our Brand. That will make them look more attractive, thanks in advance… Reply Link anonymous 2 9 July 2013 at 05:42 Yellow is truly a significant color in Chinese culture. According to Wikipedia “Yellow generates Yin and Yang, implies that yellow is the center of everything… Yellow was the color of Imperial China and is held as the symbolic color of the five legendary emperors of ancient China…” The signature form reminds me of a beautiful Chinese calligraphy – Is Bond Dickinson winning the heart of 1.3 billion people already? There’s money in China and people are desiring to spend it particularly in oversea. A study shows two thirds of global wealth is going to be accumulated in China, Latin America, and Africa by 2025. That is a big move! May yellow colour bring Bond Dickinson best of luck now tomorrow and in their future ahead… Reply Link Anonymous 10 July 2013 at 11:00 The constant sniping at Bond Dickinson is getting a little tiresome. They are pretty awful but at least they have ambition and are giving it a go. “To avoid criticism say nothing, do nothing, be nothing”. Reply Link Name Email Cancel reply Threaded commenting powered by interconnect/it code.