On Monday (25 June) The Lawyer revealed that Irwin Mitchell was one of the growing legion of UK law firms that may seek a stock market listing in the post-Clementi era.
But what’s this? Last week Tulkinghorn heard rumours that Irwin Mitchell has already beaten all of its rivals to that aim, although perhaps not in the way the firm was expecting.
The savage floods that hit much of South Yorkshire last week apparently saw the firm’s desks, computers and stationery drifting like flotsam around the first floor of its Sheffield office.
Is that what it meant when it said it wanted to float?