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Taylor Wessing creates LSA working party as firm eyes outside investment
Taylor Wessing has formed a working party to monitor opportunities emerging from the Legal Services Act (LSA), with the group concentrating on radical reforms to allow external investment in law firms. The five-partner group includes financial institutions chief Tim Stocks, finance partner Peter Shepherd, real estate partner Adam Marks and intellectual property partner Niri Shanmuganathan and will be chaired by newly-elected managing partner Tim Eyles.
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Taylor Wessing has formed a working party to monitor opportunities emerging from the Legal Services Act (LSA), with the group concentrating on radical reforms to allow external investment in law firms.
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