DLA Piper puts UK/US profits integration back on table
DLA Piper could look again at full financial integration between its US and international profit centres, three years after backing away from plans to move in this direction. The firm’s UK regional managing partner David Bradley confirmed that it will look at whether it should bring the two arms closer together as part of its current three-year business plan.
DLA Piper could look again at full financial integration between its US and international profit centres, three years after backing away from plans to move in this direction.
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