The prolonged eurozone downturn and economic stagnation in the UK are continuing to dent business confidence within the legal profession, with one in three partners expecting revenues to fall or remain static at their firm over the coming year. Legal Week's latest business confidence survey found 28% of respondents forecasting static revenues for 2013 – almost double the proportion making the same prediction in July, when the survey was last conducted – while a further 7.5% expect revenues at their firm to drop next year.
Confidence falters as one third of partners predict static or falling revenues for 2013. Alex Newman reports The prolonged eurozone downturn and economic stagnation in the UK are continuing to dent business...
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