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Mayer Brown PEP climbs, as Dechert growth slows

Mayer Brown’s profit per equity partner (PEP) grew by 10.7 per cent over 2020, while Dechert’s financials fell after record gains in 2019. Mayer Brown’s PEP exceeded $2m from $1.8m in 2020. Global revenue was up 2.2 per cent, ticking past the $1.5bn figure to $1.51bn. Revenue per lawyer meanwhile fell 1 per cent to […]


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Retirement sparks leadership change in CMS’s corporate ranks

CMS’s corporate practice is to undergo a leadership change, The Lawyer understands, as its longtime co-head and board member looks set to retire. London partner Iain Newman has been at the helm of the practice alongside partner Charles Currier for three years, ever since the three-way merger that combined legacy CMS, Nabarro and Olswang into […]

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