UK trio become LLPs with only two top 10 firms yet to convert
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Macfarlanes and Hammonds have become the latest law firms to convert to limited liability partnership (LLP) status. All three firms converted with effect from 1 May, leaving just a handful of top City players to convert - with Slaughter and May and Simmons & Simmons now the only top 10 City firms not operating as LLPs.
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