Norton Rose H1 revenues up 11% to hit £141.5m
Norton Rose has emerged as a standout performer in the first half of 2008-09 with the firm achieving 11% revenue growth in the six months to November. The City firm billed £141.5m in the period from May to October, against £127.5m during the same period last year.Norton Rose chief executive Peter Martyr said: "We are looking good at the moment - our main practice areas are robust and we are well placed and well designed. But it is extremely hard to judge the future. There has never been such a degree of uncertainty as to what the immediate future will bring."
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