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In the 24 March issue of The Lawyer, there appeared a report on a very important piece of EU legislation about to be brought into force. That has now happened: the Insurers (Reorganisation and Winding Up) Directive was introduced in the UK on 20 April 2003, by means of the Insurers Reorganisation and Winding Up […]

Canary Wharf sticks by CC as Telegraph challenges contract

Canary Wharf group legal counsel Michael Ashley Brown is standing by Clifford Chance over the drafting of the Telegraph Group lease that is the subject of a High Court claim. The FTSE 250 property company has issued a claim against its tenant the Telegraph Group over a rent review due to have started in April […]

DLA sees 15 per cent income surge

Audited profit figures released by DLA show a15 per cent hike in the firm’s turnover to £234m for the last financial year, with 21.1 per cent of the firm’s fee income being distributed as equity partner profits. However, profits per partner (PPP) remained relatively static at £460,000, an increase of just 2 per cent from […]

Ex-Stephensons partner joins Carbon Trust

Former Stephenson Harwood partner Tony Stockwell has resurfaced in an in-house role at Carbon Trust, the Government-backed and business-led company that is helping business and the public sector to cut carbon emissions. Stockwell retired from Stephenson Harwood in January this year, after spending 25 years as a partner there. He joins Carbon Trust as legal […]

KSB Law fee income rises by 21 per cent

KSB Law has seen a 21 per cent rise in fee income, taking the firm’s gross billings to £12m. Average profits per partner remain static at £100,000, with bottom of equity at £85,000 and top of equity at £140,000.

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