QualitySolicitors Redkite has entered a redundancy consultation that could lead to job losses for 24 of the firm's 120 staff: twelve jobs are at riskWales law firm
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Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe bids farewell to three high-ranking executives just a few months after the appointment of new chairman Mitchell Zuklie. The firm is
Berwin Leighton Paisner has announced a redundancy plan, with around 100 jobs at risk, including 58 lawyer roles. Around 17 of the lawyer positions at risk areUK firm
Maclay Murray & Spens has announced around 30 layoffs, with unofficial reports indicating that around 20 lawyers and 10 secretaries set to lose their jobs. The
Clyde & Co has made eight redundancies in the support team following a consultation process. The layoffs arose from a review of back office functions after the firm’s 2011 merger
King & Wood Mallesons has made a number of staff in Australia redundant across multiple practices. Firm figures have not yet been reported, but Lawyers Weekly suggests
Dickstein Shapiro has reportedly laid off associates this month, with the majority of New York associatesThe news of layoffs throughout the global legal industry continues.
Berwin Leighton Paisner is set to make over 100 staff redundant, with 58 lawyers, 44 secretaries and an unspecified number of business support staff at risk as the
Osborne Clarke is set to make redundancies, entering into consultation with 13 fee-earners and confirming that a small number of partners are also being shown the door.
Hill Dickinson looks set to make redundancies, having launched a review of its UK business. The move comes after the firm posted flat revenues for the 2012-13 financial year. At the conclusion of the review, at the
Clyde & Co has made two senior associates redundant from its Manchester office in the Regulatory, Safety, Health and Environment practice. ARoll on Friday reports that
Pinsent Masons is set to make up to 13 lawyer redundancies in its UK employment practice. This will be the firm's third round of redundancies since its merger with McGrigors
CMS Cameron McKenna is taking back part of its facilities services work from outsourcing provider Integreon. Camerons managing partner Duncan Weston explainedUK firm
Latham & Watkins has asked secretaries in their Los Angeles Office to voluntarily resign or there would beAbove the Law reports info from an anonymous source who says that
Winston & Strawn has reported revenue growth of just 0.1 percent to $755 million in 2012, while profits per partner increased by 3.5 percent to $1.49 million. TheseUS law firm