Signature Litigation posts 16% revenue rise to hit £12m in fifth year since founding

Firm pays out annual profit share of 21% to all members of the firm

Signature Litigation has posted a 16% increase in turnover for 2016-17, with the litigation boutique’s top line rising to £12m in its fifth year in operation.

The firm, which operates a profit-sharing scheme that gives all of its lawyers and staff a stake in the business, this year paid out an annual profit share of 21% to all members of the firm.

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