- Turnover and PEP down at Nabarro
Nabarro has posted a 10 percent drop in turnover alongside a double-digit fall in average profit per equity partner (PEP) for the 2009-10 financial year.
Turnover fell from £126.5m at the 2008-09 year-end to £113.8m while PEP...
- The great and the gone: Cat Griffiths on the end of Halliwells
Beware a managing partner with too much vision. In its pomp, Halliwells wanted to be a national firm in the DLA Piper mould.
It is now going to be remembered as the most high-profile failure in the UK legal market since Turner Kenneth...
- Herbert Smith sees small rises in PEP and turnover for 2009-10
Herbert Smith has become one of just a few firms to reveal a slight increase in both turnover and profits per equity partner (PEP) for the 2009-10 financial year.
Turnover at the top 10 City firm increased by 1.3% to £449.9m during...
- Ashurst revenue sees small dip as PEP climbs to £689k
Ashurst has unveiled a 2.6% drop in revenue as the top 20 City firm becomes the latest to reveal its financial results for the 2009-10 financial year.
The firm's turnover stands at £293m, dipping from £301m in the 2008-09...
- Businesses more positive about hiring in the next 12 months, finds survey
An improving global economy has triggered a renewed sense of optimism in UK hiring plans over the next year.
Thirty-nine per cent of UK employers reported they plan to hire full-time workers in the next 12 months. Twenty-six per cent plan...
- Financials: LG ‘delighted’, Norton Rose ‘down a little’
LG and Norton Rose are the latest firms to announce their 2009-10 financials, with the London South Bank neighbours producing markedly different results.
LG posted a 63 per cent rise in average profit per equity partner (PEP) while...
- Shepherd & Wedderburn posts 11 per cent revenue drop
Scottish firm Shepherd & Wedderburn increased profits by 9 per cent in the 2009-10 financial year despite revenues dropping by 11 per cent.
The 98 per cent of staff who took a one-off period of unpaid leave - a cost-saving measure...
- Nationals post mixed financial results as firms chase top 50 status
A number of national practices have announced their financial results for 2009-10, as the firms ranked just outside of the top 50 attempt to break into the UK's leading band of law firms.
Weightmans and HBJ Gately Wareing have both posted...
- Revenue drops 7 per cent at SJ Berwin, PEP nudges up
SJ Berwin has announced a 7 per cent drop in turnover for the 2009-10 financial year, with fee income falling from £184m last year to £171m.
It is the second successive year the City firm has posted a decline in turnover,...
- Initial results point to an increase in profitability
Firms are not necessarily billing as much as in 2009, but the majority are more profitable than they were a year ago, according to an overview of the results from the first practices to report their figures for the 2009-10 financial year.
- BLP posts steady financial results for 2009-10 as PEP and revenue rise
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has announced improved financial results for 2009-10 after the firm's profits dropped by a third last year.
The UK top 20 firm has estimated that average profits per equity partner (PEP) will stand at £...
- Camerons withholds staff bonus for second year
CMS Cameron McKenna has withheld the firmwide bonus payable to all staff for the second year running after the firm missed its turnover target.
The performance-related bonus, usually paid to all staff below partner level, is 5 per cent of...
- Shakespeares, Needhams merge to create £24m Birmingham giant
Birmingham-based Shakespeare Putsman is to merge with Midlands rival Needham & James, creating a £24m, 40-partner firm.
The deal is set to go live on 1 July. It follows the merger of Shakespeares and Putsmans three years ago,...
- Holman sees revenues inch up as firm nears £100m mark
Holman Fenwick Willan has posted a marginal increase in fee income for 2009-10 as the firm nears the £100m revenue mark for the first time.
Turnover at the firm grew by 1% during the last financial year, rising to £99.6m from...
- Addleshaws sees partners profits rise while revenues fall
Addleshaw Goddard has unveiled its financial results for 2009-10, posting a modest increase in partner profits against a small drop-off in revenues.
The firm took in fee income of £167.5m for the financial year, down 3.3% from a...