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Australian giant Minter Ellison has recruited the former managing partner of PA Consulting Group Guy Templeton to the post of chief executive. Templeton will work alongside long serving chief executive Phil Clark until 1 July when he formally takes the reins. At PA Consulting, Templeton was one of ten global managing partners as well as […]

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Can Fleck reach the Gold standard at Herbies? As Herbert Smith’s new senior partner David Gold prepares to take office on 1 April, the inevitable question is: what role will practice partner Richard Fleck have under Gold’s leadership? Although Fleck stood against Gold unsuccessfully in last October’s senior partner elections, Herbert Smith claims that they […]

Cost-cutting drive results in redundancies at DLA Direct

DLA Direct, the volume business arm of DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary, is embarking on a redundancy programme as part of an ongoing cost-cutting drive. The Bradford-based business employs around 450 staff working in remortgaging, conveyancing and debt recovery. The majority of these are paralegals and support staff. It is understood that DLA Direct chief […]

Ashfords launches Bristol team

Ashfords, comprising the former Exeter, London, Plymouth, Taunton and Tiverton arms of Bevan Ashford, is expanding its new Bristol office by establishing a corporate recovery, turnaround and insolvency team to be headed by partner David Pomeroy. He will relocate from Exeter to Bristol to lead the team and will be joined by associate Alan Bennett.

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