Boutiques: Radiant Law revenues double as it plans ‘aggressive’ growth

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Technology and outsourcing boutique Radiant Law is making good on its ambitions to shake up traditionally conservative forms of providing legal services after revealing revenues of £3m for the 2013/14 financial year, doubling on the previous year, while chief executive Alex Hamilton has further plans to double lawyer headcount by 2017.

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Accounts: NRF shows 4% profit bump as borrowings fall while Fieldfisher’s profit slides

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Norton Rose Fulbright’s UK registered limited liability partnership (LLP) has recorded a near 4% increase in profit for the 2013/14 financial year alongside a 6.3% reduction in total borrowings while Fieldfisher’s net debt nearly doubled as the firm saw its profits decline.

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Accounts revealed: Profits rise 10.8% in Ashurst’s first post-merger filings

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Ashurst‘s first post-merger limited liability partnership (LLP) accounts show the firm’s operating profit increased 10.5% from £193.8m to £214.2m for the financial year ending 30 April 2014 as it contained staff costs and increased turnover.

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Global ambitions: Dentons opens in Jo’burg as accounts show profit jump

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Dentons has continued its rapid expansion with the addition of a new South African office in Johannesburg, while accounts filed at Companies House by Dentons UKMEA LLP have revealed the firm saw a substantial rise in profits as it lowered operating costs and improved turnover.

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‘A challenging year’: DAC Beachcroft profit falls as firm hit by rising staff costs and IT failure

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DAC Beachcroft’s latest LLP fillings at Companies House have revealed the firm’s profits available for division among members fell by 18.3% from £31.2m in the 2012/13 financial year to £25.5m in the year to 30 April 2014 as staff costs rose and the firm booked the cost of an IT failure.

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