Moving on up
Although the Commonwealth Games in Manchester were generally agreed to have been a great success, the firms based in the city have yet to see the benefits that were predicted. Paul Hodkinson takes a look at life after the games
The Commonwealth Games have been hailed as a huge success for Manchester and a major boost for the city’s business and legal community. And yet one of the principal law firm beneficiaries of the splurge of development projects to take place off the back of the games was a certain London outfit that goes by the name of Slaughter and May.
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