Top earners at Norton Rose Fulbright and Dentons receive double digit pay cuts

Firms accounts show decrease in top earner and management pay

Top earners at Norton Rose Fulbright and Dentons have seen their pay drop by double-digit percentage figures for the 2016-17 financial year.

The highest-paid Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) member at Norton Rose Fulbright earned £1.4m, down 13% from £1.6m the year before, according to accounts filed with Companies House.

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