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"Economies in the EU will be pretty stagnant for the next five years. Asian economies are doing well and need to be channelled into. Those that tune into what businesses / clients want and offer a concise service at reasonable prices will be ok"
Latest comment: 17 May 2013 | 15:50 | | 2 comments
"So the partnerhip deed says a maximum of two terms? Why was he even allowed to stand again then? Reminds me of Putin, although at least he managed to sidestep the issue by installing the puppet Medvedev for a term before assuming power again. Pres..."
Latest comment: 17 May 2013 | 14:25 | 1 comment
"And possibly doesn't send the best message to junior lawyers about their future with the firm?"
Latest comment: 16 May 2013 | 22:24 | 3 comments
"15% cut in salary bills? That's pretty hefty given most firms already trimmed the fat in support services"
Latest comment: 15 May 2013 | 13:57 | 3 comments
"I have to say, I really don't agree with the 'you're so lucky to have a job, it's a slap in the face to everybody who doesn't if you quit' spiel. You applied for the post you're in, and they gave it to you because presumably they thought you were bett..."
Latest comment: 12 May 2013 | 01:41 | 9 comments
"I wrote the support for Alastair Scott Somers. I am not him. I worked in Dickie Dees M&A team a few years ago. I was unimpressed by most of the partners, but he and Ben Butler stood out. "
Latest comment: 10 May 2013 | 13:37 | | 3 comments
"Clydes are becoming the DLA of insurance claims - big, everything/everywhere, internally competitive, marmite to clients and declining in profitability. It's a strategy and a differentiator, but hardly positive. Even DLA are backing away from being ..."
Latest comment: 10 May 2013 | 10:38 | | 1 comment
"Try consulting or training or even technical writing as and when you can fit it in, you don't have to mention how part time it was when you reapply for roles."
Latest comment: 08 May 2013 | 18:53 | 11 comments
"No, as that would be incorrect. "
Latest comment: 08 May 2013 | 14:47 | | 10 comments
"Greenwoods, what on earth have you done! Your paymasters are no longer your clients, of whom you have built up trust and confidence over years, but is now a PE house, who WILL ruin all the goodwill you have nurtured with your staff and clients!"
Latest comment: 07 May 2013 | 17:39 | | 1 comment
"Thank you anonymous for stating your thoughts. I have never experienced war, nor do I hope to ever experience it, but because of that very fact, you have earned your right to have even a sacred statement, such as, "No one left behind," as a statement..."
Latest comment: 04 May 2013 | 00:36 | | 3 comments
"Excellent move. Shame those of us a year on and still struggling can't benefit. Particularly when that person in particular gave a lot of time and effort to make BPP a better institution."
Latest comment: 02 May 2013 | 13:22 | | 2 comments
"Credit to Bond Dickinson for their marketing during the merger. Dickie Dees went through a stage of trying to get in the press everyday. The result was lots of breathless non-stories. In recent weeks the only stories I've spotted from either fi..."
Latest comment: 01 May 2013 | 12:35 | | 2 comments
"Sad news for the hard working staff. Presumably the Chester office is most at risk - Liverpool have not long taken on new flashy premises and Manchester is... Manchester. ..."
Latest comment: 01 May 2013 | 09:47 | | 2 comments
"I wonder how much Eversheds has actually made out of this "flagship" client. A lot of spin and no substance, perhaps."
Latest comment: 28 Apr 2013 | 20:01 | | 1 comment
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