Dentons’ Watford internal staff consultation, launched in March, has concluded with the axing of five lawyers – two partners and three junior solicitors, alongside a paralegal and three secretaries.
300 JOBS CUT AHEAD OF CMS MERGER
Approximately 300 support staff roles are to be cut at CMS Cameron McKenna, Olswang and Nabarro ahead of their triple merger next month. The firms ran a redundancy consultation from January to March, with 650 of the 950 support staff offered roles in the combined firm.
As the firms prepare for their three way merger, 300 support staff roles at CMS Cameron McKenna, Olswang and Nabarro are set to be cut following a redundancy consultation. Continue reading “Consolidation: CMS Olswang and Nabarro to cut roughly a third of support staff jobs ahead of merger”
One year on from its acquisition of the banking litigation team of Matthew Arnold & Baldwin in Watford, Dentons has launched a consultation over nine roles in the office. Continue reading “Five lawyer roles at risk as Dentons launches Watford office consultation”
While its merger driven expansion has made Dentons a global giant, integration across the firm’s US business has led to 60 job losses across 22 offices. Continue reading “Dentons cuts 60 jobs across US offices as McKenna Long merger layoffs hit”
Clyde & Co will downsize its aviation team by three senior associates in a bid to streamline its offering. Continue reading “Clydes to cut fee-earners in London as part of aviation restructuring”
Dentons will cut around 25 UK roles as part of the launch of a new shared services centre in Warsaw.
DLA Piper is to cut 180 business support roles in the UK, following a consultation that was launched in May this year to move those roles to a Warsaw hub. Continue reading “Redundancy update: DLA to cut 180 jobs in UK as consultation closes”
Norton Rose and Dentons follow suit as offshoring takes flight
DLA Piper is to cut 200 business support jobs in the UK in a move that will see the firm make one of the largest law firm redundancies since the aftermath of the financial crisis. The restructuring comes as other Legal Business 100 firms, including Norton Rose Fulbright (NRF) and Dentons, decided last month to also cut back-office jobs.