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Two firms stand out in the Scottish peer group this year, but for very different reasons. Dundas & Wilson posted robust turnover growth but a static average profit per equity partner (PEP), while Brodies had an exceptional year, with revenue rising by an enviable 43 per cent coupled with a decent 13 per cent hike […]

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Tulkinghorn does love those anonymous emails. Such as this beauty, which popped into his inbox recently: “Allen & Overy, Baker & McKenzie and Clifford Chance have all agreed to give their staff an extra day of paid leave on Christmas Eve, which falls on a Monday this year. “What other firms, apart from Herbert Smith, […]

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Proskauer merges with Paris private equity firm

Proskauer Rose has boosted its ranks in Paris via a merger with local boutique SGDM. The merger sees private equity partners Daniel Schmidt, who founded SGDM, and Olivier Dumas move across accompanied by associates Mireille Mull-Jochem, Arielle Halim and Estelle Piazza. The group will work alongside Proskauer Paris corporate practice heads Delia Spizer and Guillaume […]

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