Herbies dents Dentons' finance ambitions
It is back to the drawing board for Dentons following Herbert Smith's two-partner raid on its banking fortress
Denton Wilde Sapte is in the unfortunate position of having been on the receiving end of one of the largest team moves in recent years. But it could be argued that the departure of the firm’s technology, media and telecoms (TMT) team to DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary was less damaging than the decision just before Christmas of leveraged finance partners Chris Fanner and Ian Yeo to up sticks for Herbert Smith.
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