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Travers PEP suffers as downturn hits year end

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  • PEP at macfarlanes

    can the Lawyer look at absolute level rather than the percentage change in PEP? This article says Macfarlanes 'hit by credit crunch'.Another article says only that they have 'faltered' 'succumbed' and PEP is static. But it fails to mention at what figure. £1.1m per partner per year? I'd happily falter and succumb to that level of earnings - as would all bar five firms in the country!

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  • Travers over rated

    Why is Travers Smith so highly regarded? It has enjoyed high profitability by being very overweight in corporate, having cheap offices in Faringdon and not investing in overseas expansion. What is clever about that?

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