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SJ Berwin defections continue as Taylor Wessing hires corporate partner

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  • It is so easy to tell when people don't actually work at SJ Berwin. Easy because their facts are wrong. Instead their main source of information comes from the rumours they read about in Legalweek.com etc.

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  • they should merge with BLG. Looks like they have the same spin doctor already.

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  • It is really easy to tell when people don't work at SJ Berwin: they're happy, profitable and aren't so concerned about their job prospects that they have to go on the internet to defend their firm.

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  • It is really easy to tell when people don't work at SJ Berwin: they're happy, profitable and aren't so concerned about their job prospects that they have to go on the internet to defend their firm....

    ...but feel the need to go on the internet to hate on other firms...

    A real happy bunch we are :)

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  • It is really easy to tell when people don't work at SJ Berwin: they're happy, profitable and aren't so concerned about their job prospects that they have to go on the internet to defend their firm....

    ...but we love going on the internet to bad mouth berwins. Such a happy bunch we are! :)

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  • I like SJ Berwin - does that make me odd ?

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  • A SJ Berwin partner defects to Taylor Wessing. If you had suggested that a few years ago, you would have been thought bonkers....unless she had to leave of course.

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  • Tandeep didn't "defect" - she was pushed from SJB

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