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DWF has announced plans to merge with Scottish commercial law firm Biggart Baillie from 1 July. This is the third merger announced by DWF in the pastManchester-based business law firm
DWF has reported a 23 per cent increase in revenue from £83 million to £102 million. The figures represent the firm’s 19th consecutive year of revenue growth and its third consecutive
Watson Burton has announced further redundancies – with four jobs set to be eliminated. Last year the firm reported poor financial results when workNewcastle-based firm
Watson Burton’s senior equity partners have injected over £1m into the firm to enable more junior partners to enter the equity ranks. A statement issued by the Newcastle-headquartered firm said the seven-strong
Newcastle-headquartered Watson Burton has launched a second round of redundancy consultations affecting 75 people in the firm, reports The Lawyer.
Eleven lawyers from Eversheds’ Leeds and Newcastle offices are set to join Beachcroft on 1 November, 2008...
Newcastle-based Ward Hadaway is to open in Leeds after poaching five partners and two associates. The eight lawyer Leeds office, Ward Hadaway’s first base outside its northeast heartland, will open in July and be
Newcastle United chairman and Freshfields corporate partner, Chris Mort, has become a star of home-made video website, YouTube. He was filmed last weekend on stage at the Blu Bambu nightclub in Newcastle, leading the
Beachcroft has raided Eversheds for a five-strong health team that includes sector chief David Weatherburn, who according to his peers is worth up to £4m of revenues. Weatherburn takes partner Neil Rowe and senior