Half of the UK’s top 30 law firms are either de-equitising partners or considering it, according to new research from professional services firm Smith & Williamson. The research found that of the 20 firms within the UK top 30 to complete the survey, nine were already in the process of de-equitising partners, with a further six expecting to consider it during the current financial year.
Research finds intense pressure to cut under-performing partners Half of the UK’s top 30 law firms are either de-equitising partners or considering it, according to new research from professional services...
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