Squire Patton Boggs former Europe and Middle East managing partner Peter Crossley has returned to his old beat as a litigator, heading up the firm’s international disputes practice in London. Continue reading “Squires former leader Crossley steps into disputes role as LLPs reveal 13% profit boost for Europe”
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) posted a 2% drop in revenue and profitability while paying £6.25m for its 50% stake in flexible legal resourcing business AdventBalance, according to the firm’s latest filings with Companies House. Continue reading “BLP LLPs reveal top pay reduced as firm invests £6m in Australian resourcing business”
LLP latest: Camerons unveils £11m profits dip ahead of merger while Mayer Brown sees City member profits fall
CMS Cameron McKenna has seen turnover increase but profitability fall for its offices under the UK LLP, according to the firm’s latest filings with Companies House.
Trowers & Hamlins‘ top paid member took home £448,698 for the 2015/16 financial year, down 4% on the year previous, according to the firm’s LLP accounts. Continue reading “Trowers LLP accounts show top member takes home less as profits flat in 2015/16”
After record profitability last year Macfarlanes has reported a 9% fall in profits to £82.5m, while management pay was up, according to its latest LLP accounts. Continue reading “Macfarlanes LLPs show profit dip to £82.5m as management pay rises”
Revenue at the London and Paris outposts of US firm King & Spalding surged 11% in 2015 to £41.9m as the firm continues expanding, but profit dropped by 10%. Continue reading “King & Spalding accounts for London and France show revenue up 11%, while profit dips 10%”
Linklaters top board members received almost £20m in profits for the 2015/16 financial year, according to the firm’s latest LLP filings. Continue reading “Linklaters LLPs show profits up 5% as board members share £20m”
The highest take-home pay at Dechert‘s City office rose by nearly 9% last year to £2.9m, while income at the firm’s City office slid by 10%.
Osborne Clarke (OC) has published its first set of LLP results for its UK and US offices which show an increase in annual revenue of 17% to £114.7m from £98.2m, while the firm’s highest paid member took home a fifth more than the year prior. Continue reading “First Osborne Clarke LLPs show revenue up as highest paid member takes home 22% more”
Disputes boutique Signature Litigation has seen revenue soar by 36% to £10.2m for the 2015/16 financial year, and continues invest in lateral hiring with Bryan Cave litigation partner, Ioannis Alexopoulos. Continue reading “Signature sees revenues soar 36% to £10.2m as boutique hires Bryan Cave litigation star”