Slater & Gordon, the firm has announced plans to close four of its regional offices in the UK. The locations slated for closure includeAs part of a restructuring effort at
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Shoosmiths has announced an 80 percent female promotion round this year. The firm promoted five lawyers, four of them women. The majority of the promotions were in real estate,
Dentons will now be allowed to work remotely one day a week as part of the firm's new agile working scheme. The change will apply toPartners, associates and legal executives at
Matthew Arnold & Baldwin saw turnover increase by 22 per cent in the last financial year, from £15.8m to £19.3m, while profit per equity partner shotSouth East firm
Shoosmiths added capacity with the acquisition of a publishing and digital media law firm, Laurence Kaye Solicitors. Founder Laurence Kaye is set to join Shoosmiths’ Milton
Shakespeares is set to merge with Harvey Ingram, creating a combined firm - under the name Shakespeares - with a £50m turnover and a headcount of about 815British law firm
SNR Denton has announced three partner promotions across its two UK offices, elevating real estate lawyer Simon Masri and disputes lawyer Sam Coulthard in London, while real estate
SNR Denton has announced a number of measures designed to boost profitability in the UK, including increasing the size of its lower-cost legal services office in Milton Keynes.
SNR Denton has appointed Brandon Ransley as the new managing partner for the UK. Ransley will continue to act as head of the firm’s Milton Keynes office,The newly merged firm
Gorvins senior partner George Marriott is set to join Russell Jones & Walker (RJW) in a move that will give the latter firm a base in Milton Keynes for the first time. Regulatory partner Marriott is set to join the
Denton Wilde Sapte has begun a second redundancy consultation, with 29 support and secretarial positions at risk. The bulk of the cuts is expected to affect the London office, with the rest in Milton Keynes. Denton
Employees at Denton Wilde Sapte's Milton Keynes office, who are part of a redundancy consultation aimed at cutting 80 jobs, have offered that all property team members take a 12 per cent salary cut. CEO Howard Morris
City law firm Denton Wilde Sapte has launched redundancy consultations, with up to 80 jobs under threat in the firm's London and Milton Keynes offices, including up to 40 fee earners.