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Eight of the top 20 UK firms paid their highest earners at least double their average profit per equity partner (PEP) figure last year, according to Legal Week research.

The disparity between what the highest paid member took home and firms’ reported PEP extends to more than £1m in several cases, according to figures compiled from the firms’ 2014-15 Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) filings at Companies House.

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Rose Walker

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