BLM has completed its lates redundancy consultation, which resulted in a reduction of 21 roles within the firm. The cuts include 13 legal roles and eight legal support staff
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BLM has appointed London-based Gary Allison as the firm’s next managing partner for a three-year term beginning in December. He will replace current managing partner Andrew Relton.
Ince & Co will see the departure of six partners and 10 legal secretaries. The review was launchedAfter its second redundancy consultation in under a year at its London office,
Keoghs has entered into its second redundancy consultation in six months, putting 19 jobs at risk. The cuts will affect support staff at the firm’s Bolton office, with the firm
Morgan Cole has promoted two lawyers to the partnership - one each in the Oxford and Cardiff offices - which is one less than last year, when the firm promoted one lawyer in
Ince & Co has entered into a redundancy consultation, with plans to lay off 16 legal and support staff. The redundancy round will likely affect ten lawyers in the firm’s
Wragge & Co has announced that 26 staff have been made redundant as the firm transfers part of its support services to business process outsourcing company Intelligent
This article By Noam Scheiber in New Republic, entitled ‘The Last Days of BigLaw’ is making waves through the blogosphere and beyond. The article points out that the golden age of the law firm partner saw the
Duncan Gibbins has entered a redundancy consultation. The firm has not confirmed how many staff and lawyers are at risk of losingRollOnFriday reports that personal injury firm
DWF. The report comes from an anonymous source, who says that the firm has launched a consultation process puttingRoll On Friday says that 99 employees may be at risk of redundancy at
Insurance group Parabis has announced a redundancy consultation affecting lawyers and support staff in its Leeds office. The firm is slimming its defendant insurance branch, which operates under the name Plexus Law.
Tandem Law is in trouble since its Cayman islands-based financial backers went in to receivership in December. Tandem Law specialises in GroupNorthern England-based law firm
Clyde & Co staff are risk of losing their jobs following a review of the firm’s business services departments. The consultation will primarily affect the firm’sUp to 10
DLA Piper announced the beginning of a redundancy consultation wherein 251 jobs were under threat across the firm’s UK offices. The consultation is now complete,In November 2012