Revenue dips at leading UK firms but market remains bullish on recovery
A substantial number of the UK's leading law firms are set to post falling revenues for 2009-10, but partners are remaining upbeat after a year that has turned out better than many had predicted. Early indications of the 2009-10 financial results for the UK top 50 suggest that a majority of firms will see revenues remain flat or marginally down on 2008-09 in the aftermath of the recession.
First financial indications on 09-10 confirm early signs of recovery
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