British law firm Halliwells has completed the break up and sale of its remaining business, after deals with a number of firms were approved by a court on Tuesday.

Hill Dickinson has bought the firm’s 19-partner Liverpool office and the remains of its Sheffield practice, while the firm’s London office has been split between a number of firms, with HBJ Gateley Wareing and Barlow Lyde & Gilbert both taking on sizable teams.

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