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Moore Blatch sees profits drop after Jackson reforms

Jul 29, 2014 Southampton-based law firm Moore Blatch has recorded a sharp decline in profits in the last financial year, from £344,000 in 2012/13 to £133,000 in 2013/14. The firm’s equity spread also plummeted, with the bottom…

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Slater & Gordon encourages UK workers to buy shares

Jul 19, 2014 Slater & Gordon, a publicly listed law firm, has announced a plan to encourage workers in its United Kingdom offices to buy shares in the firm. The plan, which is subject to approval by shareholders in an upcoming…

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UK personal injury law firms deflate under reforms

Dec 10, 2013 Personal injury law in the UK underwent a revolution this year with the implementation of the Jackson reforms. Prior to the reforms, law firms could buy personal injury cases from case management companies. Under new…

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UK firm Ashton Fox bought by rival

Apr 9, 2013 UK firm Ashton Fox has been bought by a rival after entering administration. The firm’s demise followed closely the failure of Caymans-based Axiom Legal Financing Fund, which invested cash in Ashton Fox and a number of…

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