Law firms under pressure from banks for ‘cheap resource’
Tensions are mounting at City law firms as banks press their legal advisers to provide increasing numbers of secondees, it has emerged. A number of partners at top 10 City firms claim banks are putting them under too much pressure to provide in-house legal teams with lawyers.
Firms say banks ‘abusing’ position with growing call for secondees
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