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Farrer & Co and Olswang have both confirmed the results of redundancy consultations begun earlier this year, laying off fewer people than originally feared. The two firms began redundancy consultations in January. Farrers said it was in talks with 12 staff, including one fee-earner (16 January 2013) while Olswang held a redundancy consultation with six […]

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