Houthoff Buruma and Loyens come out on top in Netherlands with increased 2008 revenue rises
Houthoff Buruma and Loyens & Loeff have emerged as the top legal performers in the Dutch legal market, with the firms reporting larger revenue increases in 2008 than their rivals. Houthoff, which is the fourth-largest law firm in the Netherlands by number of advisers, managed double-digit growth in turnover during calendar year 2008, with revenues growing by 10% from €102m (£91m) to €112.7m (£100.6m). The firm initially reported a near 10% increase in revenues last year but has since readjusted its 2007 figure down from €106.4m (£95m) to €102m.
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