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The Government’s proposed legislation for limited liability partnerships (LLPs) will put City law firms at a disadvantage overseas firms with offices in the UK, say critics of the bill. The draft Limited Liability Partnership Bill requires UK LLPs to disclose accounts, but does not require overseas LLPs to do so. This would mean US partnerships […]

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This week The Lawyer 100 survey reveals that lawyers are contributing more than two per cent of the UK’s gross domestic product. The flip side of the top 100 firms earning over u5bn in gross fees is that clients are spending a record amount for legal advice. The question they may start to ask is […]

In brief: Paisner & Co

Paisner & Co has increased its fee earning staff by 12.5 per cent in the past three months, bringing the fee earning total to 155. The firm poached solicitors from Berrymans Lace Mawer, Berwin Leighton, Coudert Brothers, Garretts, SJ Berwin and Theodore Goddard as part of an expansion drive.

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