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New UK regulations squeeze personal injury lawyers

Mar 24, 2013 The Guardian has reported on a survey indicating that nearly a fifth of the personal injury law firms operating in the north-west of England are considering closing down. The figures come from a survey conducted by…

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Large law firms maintain high billing rates

Dec 20, 2012 Leading partners at major law firms are still able to demand a premium for their services, according to a survey published by The National Law Journal. The survey looked at 55 firms from among the top 350 US firms, with…

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US legal services market becomes more segmented

May 7, 2012 The most expensive US lawyers are becoming even more costly, while the cheapest are barely keeping up with inflation, according to this story published in the Wall Street Journal. A new report from legal software…

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Average profits rise at Scottish law firms

Feb 20, 2012 Profits at Scotland’s law firms are rising for the first time since the global finaincial crisis, with the average profit per equity partner across all sizes of firm rising from £64,000 in 2010 to £71,000 in 2011.…

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