DLA Piper will cut 200 support staff jobs in the United Kingdom following a two-year review of the firm's operations. The downsizing will affect IT, finance, human resources,
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Arnold & Porter is requiring support staff to reapply for their jobs, with successful candidates facing a pay cut of up to 50%. The move followsThe London office of US firm
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
Shakespeares is set to make an unspecified number of redundancies from its secretarial and support staffs. A spokesman for the firm said that "very limited" job losses are
Above the Law has been keeping a close eye on announcements regarding annual bonuses from large law firms. Their reporting has noted that the size of this year’s payouts is underwhelming to many who are receiving them.
Mayer Brown has concluded an agreement with outsourcing company TMF for the sale of its UK corporate secretarial arm. Under the deal, five secretaries from the firm’s London
Brian Bartley, the Chairman of the Queensland Law Society's ethics committee, has accused Australian law firms of overcharging clients by using secretaries as paralegals. According to Bartley, staff who lack legal
The global law firm Reed Smith laid off 50 legal secretaries over the past few months, almost half of them based in Pittsburgh. At the same time, it has added 20 positions to the fast-growing business support center.