Linklaters is set to carry out the second restructuring of its partnership in three years, with some within the firm predicting up to 35 departures from the equity globally over the coming year. The magic circle law firm announced the restructuring to London partners last Friday (2 December), stating that it will consist of a combination of exits and de-equitisations.
As many as 35 partners affected as City giant launches shake-up Linklaters is set to carry out the second restructuring of its partnership in three years, with some within the firm predicting up to 35...
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