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Being a regional firm can have its advantages, as ­Birketts in East Anglia discovered this year. The 38-partner firm benefited from the closure of ­Eversheds’ Norwich office and has seen its total lawyer headcount in the town rise from six in 2004 to more than 50 fee-earners today. Birketts chief executive Alistair Lang, a non-lawyer […]

Speechly consulting on real estate, corporate jobs

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The global credit crunch has left large financial institutions vulnerable to takeover bids on a scale that has never been witnessed before. The structuring of these acquisitions requires a number of considerations, none more so than in relation to employees, says Simeon Spencer The recent bid for HBOS by Lloyds TSB Bank (LTSB) provides an […]

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