- SJ Berwin posts static results as turnover and PEP nudge up 1%
SJ Berwin has announced static results for the 2011-12 financial year, with turnover and profits per equity partner (PEP) both edging up by 1%.
The top 20 UK law firm has posted revenues of £180.1m, up by 1.1% from last year's...
- Mishcon unveils turbo-charged results as turnover leaps 20 per cent
Mishcon de Reya is on track to smash its three-year budget target after unveiling 20 per cent revenue growth at the 2011-12 year end.
The firm saw turnover rise from £61.5m to £73.1m putting it in good stead to achieve its £80m target by...
- BLP announces 8% revenue growth as firm nears £250m mark
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has announced an 8% rise in revenues for 2011-12, taking total turnover at the firm to almost £250m.
The City firm has posted revenues of £246m for the 2011-12 financial year, up from £229m last year....
- Revenue nudges down at merger-hungry Morton Fraser
Scottish firm Morton Fraser has posted a 2 per cent drop in revenue and a 7 per cent profit hike for 2011-12 in a year in which it de-equitised three partners.
The firm, which said it was “actively seeking” a UK-wide merger, has...
- Osborne Clarke posts 8% revenue hike to reach new financial high
Osborne Clarke (OC) has unveiled its end-of-year figures for 2011-12, with revenue up 8% to £97.7m, marking the firm’s best-ever annual performance.
The 12-office firm, which maintains separate profit pools in its UK, Germany and...
- Shakespeares and Harvey Ingram in talks to create £50m firm
Midlands firm Shakespeares is set to achieve its £50m growth target two years early after entering into exclusive discussions to merge with Leicester-based Harvey Ingram.
The planned tie-up will go live on 1 August, adding £19m in revenues...
- Norton Rose posts £833m turnover at end of acquisitive year
Norton Rose has announced its unaudited financial results for the 2011-12 financial year, with the turnover figure of $1.32bn (£833m) representing a 9 per cent like-for-like increase on last year.
The latest figure, which includes...
- Fladgate breaks £25m barrier with revenue and profit rise
Fladgate has posted a 10 per cent rise in total revenue for the 2011-12 financial year, with turnover rising to £25.9m.
Provisional figures suggest the firm’s average profit per equity partner (PEP) and average earnings per partner...
- Scotland's Harper Macleod posts 14 per cent turnover rise
Scottish firm Harper Macleod has announced an unaudited turnover rise of 14 per cent for the 2011-12 financial year, becoming one of the first UK firms to post its figures for the year.
The Glasgow-headquartered firm billed £19.1m in legal...
- City firms foresee slow growth but Q3 revenues rise 7% at top 100
The UK’s top 100 law firms saw fee income increase by 7.2% year-on-year during the third quarter of 2011-12 according to new research, which shows firms are predicting slower growth for the coming financial year due to the ongoing...
- Paul Hastings' revenue dips as firm targets more network expansion
Paul Hastings’ 2011 financial results, released today (28 February), show revenue dipped 2 per cent last year, from $902m to $884m, while revenue per lawyer (RPL) broke through the $1m barrier to $1.003m.
Average profit per equity partner...
- DLA Piper posts 15% global revenue hike to reach new $2bn-plus high
DLA Piper saw global revenues soar past the $2bn mark in 2011 to set a new firm record, reports The Am Law Daily.
The firm's total revenue jumped 14.6% to an all-time high of roughly $2.25bn (£1.42bn) during the year, while average...
- Weil Gotshal posts 4% revenue rise for 2011 as partner profits grow 8%
Weil Gotshal & Manges has posted a 4% rise in firmwide revenues alongside an 8% increase in partner profits, reports The Am Law Daily.
The US firm, which saw both revenues and profits slip in 2010, enjoyed moderate growth in...
- Mayer Brown posts 2011 revenue rise after two years of faltering results
Mayer Brown has posted a 2.4% increase in firmwide revenues for 2011 after two years of falling financials, reports the Am Law Daily.
The firm saw total turnover climb to $1.13bn (£713m), while profits per partner (PEP) rose 10% to...
- Briefing on: Competitiveness and the Legal Services Act
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