Bust-ups, break-ups and scandals
It has been an eventful year for firms in the northwest, some were caught up in the recent US corporate disasters, while others have had internal traumas of their own to deal with, write Paul Hodkinson and James Lumley
Less is more for AddleshawsAddleshaw Booth & Co stunned the national market in May last year when it announced it was making 11 partners redundant in a bid to restructure the firm and raise profitability.Many of the cuts fell in the 52-partner Manchester office and ranged across the corporate finance, litigation, PFI and intellectual property departments.
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